Immersive Learning Dojos are an agile staple that consistently yield longstanding success in terms of skill building and habit development. A major contributing factor to Dojo success is collocation. Think hyper-collocation: an open space concept filled with whiteboard walls, oversized monitors, pairing stations, and busy collaboration. But when the COVID-19 pandemic hit, the worldwide lockdown suddenly became the Dojos’ biggest roadblock.
How could we maintain the effectiveness of Dojo engagements when we couldn’t collaborate freely in-person?
How on Earth would we keep people engaged when they were simultaneously managing their home lives?
As a Dojo coach that survived the switch to remote, I am here to share the most important things that helped me improve Dojo engagement, overcome Zoom fatigue, and enable people to grow in this new paradigm.
I hope these tips will help you as much as they've helped me!
---Effective ways to manage scheduling in a Virtual Dojo
---Engaging People in a Virtual Dojo
---Engaging Technical people in a Virtual Dojo
---Activities that increase morale, innovation, and learning retention in the Virtual Dojo setting