At the end of the training, participants have an understanding of the different levers that come into play to conduct collaborative meetings.
Discover how to acquire the basics to conduct collaborative, productive and engaging meetings. In particular, these two days will aim to allow you to:
Maintain a posture of neutrality without getting caught up in the technique/solution
Practice active listening and know how to intervene wisely, find your own posture and style, and gain confidence
Explore question typologies and understand how to use them effectively
Understand the intricacies of conducting collaborative meetings and explore the dynamics of a conversation with a sponsoring team
At the end of the training, the participants have perfected their approach to questioning and adjusted their posture to gain impact in the conduct of collaborative meetings.
Participants know how to identify which questions to ask to maintain a stimulating and enriching conversation, and which questions to avoid.
The participants worked on their posture in conducting collaborative meetings to create a climate of reciprocal and engaging trust.
Participants leave with tools, models and lessons on their own style based on precise and detailed feedback.
Throughout the training, your trainers will suggest exercises and evaluate individual or collective responses. These answers are the subject of detailed debriefings and feedback.