How will our online meeting turn out?

Getting the most out of it

For a coaching or consulting session to be perfect,

– both parties need to understand each other’s background, where we are now, and where we are heading.

But, we do necessarily not need to spend valuable meeting time for exchanging this type of information as most of that nowadays is available from websites, blogs, and online profiles.  Moreover, should you not have an online profile, then we can upfront exchange the essential information by email.

Therefore, we can in our first meeting swiftly move into discussing your needs and areas for further improvements and how I can help you making your organization more resilent.

 

The Meeting Set-Up

1) Book an Online Consulting Session

The very first step – is for you to book an online session and hereafter you will receive an email with a link to my online calendar.

2) Find a Suitable Time

The link is displaying my calendar and available times.  However, don’t worry about the time differences between your timezone and the UK where I am living, as the available times shown are apposite adjusted.  For example, available hours for a US based customer are typically between 1200 and 1600 hours local time.

When you have decided on a meeting time, you will receive an email with a link to the planned video meeting and you will also get the option to add the appointment to your own calendar.

Should you not be able to meet me online within the given timeframe, then just send me a request and I will find a time more convenient for you.

3) Start the Video Meeting

On the agreed day and a few minutes before meeting time, click on the link to the video meeting which you received by email and follow the instructions.  You may also want to test your webcam and microphone upfront so you know it is working and adjusted.

A minute or so before the planned meeting, I will log in as the meeting host, and we would be able to see each other and talk to each other.

Please be aware of that the meeting will be recorded.  The advantage of this is that you do not need to take a lot of notes during the meeting, as you afterworth will receive a link to the video and also be able to download it.  Should you not wish our meeting to be recorded, then please let me know in advance.

 

Getting the Most Out of It

To get the most out of our meeting it is essential that we are both well prepared and that we are sitting in a reasonable quiet location where we will not be disturbed.

However, should you wish to discuss a specific response plan or training program, then it is essential that you have booked a plan review upfront and also provided me a copy of the plan or program.

Therefore, it is pretty much up to you if we are having an open Q/A session where I will answer your questions to my best ability or we should be more specific in discussing your current response plan and training program.  Many times it will though turn out to be a mix of the two.

 

Seeing forward meeting you online,

Cheers,

Bjorn

 


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