Bluescape Webinar: Leading Remote Whiteboarding and Brainstorming Sessions

Facilitating brainstorming meetings can be tricky. Add the complexity of remotely facilitating brainstorming sessions, and the challenges are amplified. If you don't overcome them, the problems can undermine the outcomes needed from a brainstorming session. 

What's more, capturing the ideas generated during a remote session requires the right whiteboard technology suitable for a distributed team.

In this webinar, learn tips, techniques, and rules to facilitate effective and highly engaging brainstorming/whiteboarding meetings. 

Watch Recording

In this webinar, participants will:

  1. Learn what you need to do before the brainstorm session to better position the team to achieve desired goals from the meeting
  2. Learn tips for using technology and virtual whiteboards to keep people connected and engaged
  3. Learn facilitation techniques that help maximize the contribution from the entire team

IMG_0233 copy



Watch Recording

Shawn Murphy
Director Organizational Development and Workplace Trends
David Burkus
Author, Keynote Speaker, Organizational Psychologist

About our Host & Panelist:


David Burkus: One of the world’s leading business thinkers, his forward-thinking ideas and bestselling books are changing how companies approach innovation, collaboration, and productivity. His newest book is, Pick a Fight: How Great Teams Find a Purpose Worth Rallying Around. He is also the author of Under New Management and The Myths of Creativity. His TED talk has been viewed over 1.8 million times.

Shawn Murphy: Our resident work trends expert, Shawn Murphy, will lead this webinar. Shawn is the author of two books, The Optimistic Workplace and Work Tribes. He has his degree in organizational behavior from the University of San Francisco and an MBA from Drexel University.

"Even though your workforce is working remotely, they still need to feel a sense of
belonging within their teams and the company. It’s up to leaders to show their
remote employees that they are still valued, wanted, and welcomed."
- Shawn Murphy, Author
"Think of working remotely as having two primary success factors: employees
experience a sense of belonging and progress is made on important work. One
without the other erodes morale and limits progress on important business
- Shawn Murphy, Author