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Career Experts: Good Virtual Meetings: What Do They Look Like?
February 26 @ 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
Good Virtual Meetings: What Do They Look Like?
You can have good meetings and you can have good virtual meetings.
When was the last time you sat through a meeting and thought “that’s an hour of my life I’m never getting back” or “why am I here?” or “we’ve talked for hours and still no concrete results.”?
How do you ensure that everyone is engaged and encouraged to contribute, especially in a time when people feel more distanced, disconnected and in unfamiliar territory? How do we work closer together now that we are farther apart?
Meetings are about people. And whilst there are a ton of tips on using Zoom, the netiquette for Microsoft Teams or being sensible using Skype, they don’t improve the meetings themselves.
This session will give you insights, techniques and tips which will help you have productive, idea-generating meetings, with everyone participating. Online or face-to-face.
You will be able to:
• Generate Insightful Thinking
• Build knowledge and expertise
• Enhance relationships
• Build excitement and motivation
• Enhance communication
• Get meeting results
Rina Goldenberg Lynch
Rina has 20 years of experience as a lawyer. Having started her legal career in Washington DC, she then worked as a banking lawyer with Clifford Chance LLP in London and as a Director in the legal department of ING Bank London.
During her career, Rina observed that most organisations had a dominant culture which required – directly or indirectly – every person to adapt.As a result, leaders often failed to realise the full potential of their colleagues, overlooking their colleagues’ individual differences as strengths, leaving untapped much talent, dedication and commitment.Having experienced this first-hand and learning how to break the corporate mould, Rina developed a passion for empowering her experience and knowledge onto other women, helping them attain sustainable career satisfaction by contributing fully and authentically.
Rina mentored many women to break through their own limiting beliefs and to become agents of change for other women and colleagues. Separately, Rina also began to help her own employer to realise women’s untapped contribution by modelling how to value difference and turn it into a useful resource for the business.
This was the catalyst behind Voice At The Table.Rina talks passionately on the subject of women and inclusive cultures and contributes to the advancement of women by speaking to audiences across the private and public sectors, as well as schools and non-profit organisations. She is frequently asked to judge awards events honouring women’s professional achievements and has enjoyed numerous nominations in her field when Voice At Table was recognised as a leader in this space.