Control the Room Podcast: Douglas Ferguson speak with Mariano Batton, CEO & Co-Founder of MURAL about the power of purposeful silence, how to power up your team’s imagination at work, and why you should be blocking out time for kids and coffee.
Meetings are nothing without the participation of its attendees. No matter how incredible a facilitator may be, a meeting will not be successful without the…
Control the Room Podcast: Douglas Ferguson speaks with Alexandra Jamieson of Super Size Me fame about effective communication, couples’ coaching, meeting snacks, how to hone your communication skills like a professional musician, and why a movement break is like MiracleGro for your brain.
Control the Room Podcast: Douglas Ferguson speaks with Michael Wilkinson, CEO and Managing Director of Leadership Strategies, about his path to the International Association of Facilitators Hall of Fame, what makes a great facilitator, and the six P's of preparing a meeting.
Cisco Built a Successful Virtual Training for its Security Business & Established a Large Virtual Meeting Process
Voltage Control helped Cisco Systems, Inc. build a successful virtual training program for it security business and established a virtual meeting process at its Large Virtual Meeting Workshop.
Control the Room Podcast: Douglas Ferguson talks to Alison Coward, founder of Bracket, about how to make space for conflict, why there is power in the introduction, and how your team can define who they are as an objective. Listen in to find out how to understand the context of what you're working in, how you can create the environment to do your best work as a team, and why shared empathy across a team is so important.
Arguably one of the most famous Albert Einstein quotes is: “The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting…
CTR Podcast: Host Douglas Ferguson speaks with Lynda Baker, founder and president of Meeting Solutions Online, about her relationship with IAF and they take a deep dive into the concepts of facilitation and why you don't need to manage or control every part of a conversation.