Running Effective Hybrid Meetings in the Social Sector
Nonprofit leaders must master 'all thinks hybrid'
As we move bumpily toward a post-pandemic new normal, one thing is clear: Many future meetings and events will involve both in-person and remote participants. A recent international survey of knowledge workers found that 62 percent already are working both in the office and remotely, and 98 percent believe that all future meetings will include remote participants.
As in-person contact becomes safer, nonprofit leaders are working to craft a new vision for board and staff operations knowing that expectations and realities differ greatly from 2019. And while hybrid meetings have their advantages, they also come with unique challenges few organizations have mastered.
The need for well-run hybrid meetings is particularly acute in the social sector for several reasons.
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