The GoodSense guide to using hand signals in video conferences
Here’s the GoodSense guide to taking part in a collaborative workshop on video conference using hand signals.
At GoodSense we use proven collaborative methods to get the best outcomes — and can deliver workshops wherever you are. That often means workshops with our clients. When we’re running these by video conference, we use hand signals to help build consensus and make decisions. Tautoko to Chris Gagné, Agile coach for the inspiration!
Here’s the GoodSense video guide to using hand signals in video conference workshops >
When taking part in a video workshop please choose the ‘gallery’ view so you can see thumbnails of as many participants as possible. This really helps group participation.
Check out our guide for speaking order when video conferencing.
Here’s your at a glance guide to the handsignals. Click to download as a pdf.
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