Digital Collab Oceania will be a Peer Conference, a conference that is small, attendee-driven, inclusive, structured, safe, supportive, interactive, community-building, and provides opportunities for personal and group reflection and action.
We shape our tools and our tools shape us. Agile business planning, visual facilitation, team performance & development, facilitative leadership, collaborative learning, collaborative innovation, and many other collaboration activities can be done without digital tools for collaboration and group decision-making. Why should we use them?
Let's keep alive the debates started in Digital Collab Asia last April and Digital Collab Americas last June. Join us in this half-day event that gathers digital facilitation practitioners in Oceania and all over the world willing to share their experience and best practices with digital tools for both virtual and face-to-face collaboration.
A peer conference supplies a structured process for determining conference sessions, while minimizing distinctions between presenters and audience.
First, The Three Questions exposes individual attendee needs and expertise, providing detailed information on the interest, energy, and resources associated with attendees’ desired topics. Then, peer session sign-up provides clear indications of: The sessions that people want to attend; Resources for facilitation and expertise; and The information needed to optimally schedule sessions.
These processes allow peer conferences to match participants’ needs seamlessly to available expertise session by session, avoiding predefined roles for attendees.
Find out more about this conference: https://www.digitalcollab.academy/digital-collab
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