27. August 2020 - 14:00 till 15:30
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How to Beat Zoom Fatigue (and Engage your Participants Online) | Thursday, 27. August 2020

The way we are running workshops is changing rapidly and will continue to evolve as we look at experience.

About this Event

The pandemic has put leaders, event planners, facilitators, trainers and consultants in a tough spot. The way we are running workshops is changing rapidly.

As meetings, workshops, and events got moved online… a lot of you are still unsure what to do. And now, with "Zoom Fatigue" setting in, it's become even harder to make sure that your participants are present and engaged online.

After using Zoom to run and participate in mastermind and coaching groups for the last 3 years I have experimented with a lot of different ideas that facilitate deep connections online.

In this workshop, I will teach you a variety of concepts and plug-and-play activities you can use to make your own meetings, workshops and events stand out, be memorable and above all, create the transformations that you were able to create in your in-person events.

In this session, you will learn:

  • The reason why being on Zoom drains your energy (and what to do about it)
  • Why it's crucial to start with CONNECTION and not CONTENT and how to weave opportunities for making genuine deep connections into the fabric of your event.
  • How to increase engagement, learning and retention of information by making attendees feel "psychologically safe" before you ask them to collaborate, innovate and solve problems.


About Jan,

Jan Keck is a community addict. He is the creator of ASK DEEP QUESTIONS, which started out as a deck of cards to help his friends connect on a camping trip and is now being used to facilitate meaningful conversations through sharing personal and vulnerable stories on every continent around the globe.

Jan’s mission is to help people feel less alone, so by creating experiences, workshops and programs he is fueling the movement for deeper human connection. His work has been featured on CBC News, Breakfast TV, Cityline and HuffPost and he is currently building a community of facilitators that recreate the MAGIC of in-person events online.