No More Failed Planning Meetings
You've probably already had your share of planning or project meetings that went too long, were dominated by one or two people, possibly didn't even need you in attendance, and saw no clear goals or action items at the end.
A retrospective, done right, will eliminate all that. And while most people have experience with a retrospective in person, running a meeting remotely can be even more productive.
Have you experienced the sound of crickets on a call when people are unwilling to speak up or share ideas? Is it usually the people you need to hear from?
This can lead to poor planning results and cause things to go off-track later. All because you don’t have the input you need to cover all possible risks and stakeholder issues early on.
Thousands of business owners, managers and leadership teams are facing the same challenges — dealing with a new remote or hybrid team that they need to drive strategic decisions.
You don’t need to wait for your leaders to take action. Anyone can run a retrospective following our simple tips.
If you want to be one of those inspiring leaders that can engage their team in ideas and strategy over a distance, then How to Run a Remote Retrospective
is for you.
How to Run a Remote Retrospective
Apply Agile Principles Remotely to Move Your Team Forward
Imagine having everyone engaged and involved in a project or strategic planning – without being in the office.
What if you had your team’s full attention and input to get the input you need to make important decisions?
Imagine engaging, lively group discussions using our warm-up and engagement techniques to break through those virtual walls.
Imagine everyone on track, bought in and moving toward a common goal that everyone has put effort into.
You can plan and engage over a distance. Are you ready?
Meet Your Expert
Course leader Shane Spraggs teaches Agile and project management at a local university. He’s literally run thousands of retrospective meetings in person and over a distance while running operational teams at Disney and several startups.
As CEO of Virtira, Shane leads a completely virtual company that helps Fortune 500 run more effectively over a distance.
This course is based on the new book on remote work, co-authored by Cynthia Watson and published by ForbesBooks.
Our Satisfaction Guarantee
If you’re not entirely satisfied with the content within the first 28 days, we’ll fully refund you the money you paid for the program, subject to a review of your course progress.