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The heart of virtual facilitation why your heartware matters more than the hardware

Can I be honest?

I’m 26. Yes, maybe I’m your son’s age. Before you quickly click away, wait. I’m not here to sell you the latest app to use for your virtual facilitation. I’m not even sure how to use the latest apps. I’m not here to tell you how you should be using your technology better. I’m here to talk about how maybe, just maybe, in a ‘new’ normal, ‘next’ normal, whatever normal they call it now, there are certain unchangeable principles that still hold. This article is about the principles that still remain, and how certain tweaks can adjust your work to a new environment.

My experience with SPOT on Facilitation™

I am Jess, a participant of the SPOT on Facilitation workshop with Facilitators Network Singapore (FNS) on 8-10 December 2021. I’m sharing my experience and learning outcomes gathered during the workshop so that future participants like you who are considering it will be able to have a bird’s eye view of the workshop to make an informed choice. By way of background, I have graduated from the National University of Singapore (NUS) with a Double Honours Degree in Law and Economics and have been admitted to the Singapore Bar as an Advocate and Solicitor. I am now an in-company solicitor. I came to know about  SPOT on Facilitation workshop through Mr Prabu Naidu, FNS founder.

Preparing Your Organization for the Shift to Hybrid Work – Zoom Blog

The world of work is changing. In the past, organizations have traditionally followed one of two work models: in-office where everyone is in the office every day, or remote, where employees work in off-site locations that are located wherever they are.

However, recent global events have forced organizations to rethink how and where they work. With recent advances in technology, many organizations are considering a hybrid work model in which employees are given the choice to work in the office, remotely, or a mixture of both.