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The Remote Facilitator's Pocket Guide by Jay-Allen Morris and Kirsten Clacey
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Jun 30, 2020 | ISBN 9781523089109

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“Collaboration and creativity across distance isn’t out of reach. Remote meetings can be engaging and productive. This book will show you how.”
—Esther Derby, author of 7 Rules for Positive, Productive Change
“The frequency of remote meetings is increasing, yet there are few guidelines for the people who lead and facilitate them. This book provides the tools for engagement that will lead to more productive remote meetings.”
—Dick and Emily Axelrod, coauthors of Let’s Stop Meeting Like This
“A very practical guide that will not only improve your remote facilitation but help with facilitation overall. This book is an asset to any facilitator, remote or otherwise.”
—Joanne Perold, Agile Coach, agile42
“We are all woefully unprepared for the evolution of effective spaces into the distributed environment. This book teaches us what to do so that we need not be.”
—Aveshan Govender, Engineering Manager, Spotify
“This is inclusive design at its finest: an invitation to go beyond our ordinary context and be involved in the discovery along the way. I have an increasing demand for distributed facilitation, and this approach is the best I’ve ever experienced.”
—Cara Turner, CEO, Project codeX 
“This groundbreaking book is for people who want remote connections to be at least as productive, vibrant, and alive as the very best gatherings with everyone in the same room. It’s delightfully refreshing for experts and also offers a fresh, safe, inspiring start point for anyone new to facilitation of any kind.”
—Steve Holyer, Agile Coach and Facilitator, 
“Remote meetings can’t be considered cutting edge anymore—yet we are surprisingly bad at them. Kirsten and Jay understand how people behave in meetings and how you can encourage them to have positive behaviors that lead to vastly more effective meetings. Their art is a mix of psychology, empathy, and practical techniques.”
—Ted Pietrzak, Vice President, Application Modernization, The Charles Schwab Corporation
“Jay-Allen and Kirsten provide loads of practical ideas to experiment with to make your meetings more productive, equal, and fun. If you care about your teams, your effectiveness, and your general well-being at remote work, this book is for you!”
—Louise Perold, Quality Manager

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