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Have you ever attend a remote workshop? πŸ‘¨β€πŸ’»πŸ‘©β€πŸ’»

marcradziwill profile image Marc ・1 min read

Have you ever booked or attend a remote workshop?

What was your worst and what your best experience?

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Sara Cunningham

yes, i have! keeping it interactive is important and having a time to ask questions is important. i went to one workshop and they were talking so fast I couldn't keep up. it's difficult to keep a workshop or even a presentation interactive if the users don't want to participate. on the other hand, if they do participate then it will make the experience so much better.

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Marc Author

That's truly an important fact. If you can not ask what you touches the time of the workshop could have been spent better.

I think there are two essential points of good leadership in your answer.

  • make your employee/developers/students a specialist in what passion she/he is up for and let them choose the further education they are up for
  • participants of a workshop form the workshop. A presenter just sets the common thread.
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