Here at Tagoras we help organizations in the businesses of lifelong learning, and we’re in that business ourselves. This is the final post in a three-part series that unpacks a few of the ways we’ve rethought typical learning formats at Tagoras events. (Read the first post, about Curated Connections TM, and the second post, about Dynamic PanelsTM, on the Tagoras blog.)
In each post, I share why we used the approach and explain the how of the approach, to make it as easy as possible for you to try it out, whether as is or with tweaks.
The focus in this post is on a format we’ve heard referred to as a “hot seat.” In fact, we used the term “hot seat” at our two-day placed based 2015 Leading Learning Symposium. But we’re rebranding the format for Learning • Technology • Design 2018, an extended virtual conference held throughout February, as Collaborative CoachingTM (sounds less intimidating while still being descriptive, we think).
As with Curated Connections and Dynamic Panels, we see potential for all these formats in different contexts—online and off, with smaller and larger groups, and so on. If your organization offers learning events (or wants to start), read on to find out more about Collaborative Coaching and whether it might be a fit for your organization.