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How to Make Engagement Easy: The 5 Ingredients w/ Chad Littlefield - Shared screen with speaker view
David Burton
31:23
great book
Erin Tynon
31:30
Love that book!
Kristin Miller
33:50
Toy potatoe
jkhg85
38:05
sailing
Margit Kaltenekker, Agriculture Agent
38:07
Spying
Candis Meerpohl
38:09
stealing
Barb Wills - U of MO
38:14
sailing
Gerardo Martinez
38:16
Leasership
Judy Speer
38:32
My video is no working. Sorry,
Aimee Evans
38:36
Writing shanty's
Aimee Evans
38:39
shanties!~
Aimee Evans
38:44
lkasrhg can't type todan
Jean
38:45
The sun is over the yardarm somewhere!
Lisa Overholser
38:46
yes, shanties!!
Jazmin Phares
38:57
sea shanties
Jessica Trussell, MU Extension
40:25
Sea shanties are awesome!
Megan Kennelly, KSU
40:31
At this point I'm immune to it
Kyle Blomenkamp
41:16
Agree, Megan.
Ed Lahue - MU Extension
42:10
I am actually eating an apple
Chad Littlefield
43:23
https://weand.me/chad-littlefield/
Ed Lahue - MU Extension
58:59
How did you share the question in the breakout
Beth Thordsen
59:08
Thank you Nancy and Frances! I enjoyed chatting with you both :)
Heather Johnson
01:00:04
that totally reminded me of brady bunch
Jean
01:00:11
LOL
Lisa Overholser, MU (she/her)
01:00:14
lol, Brady Bunch!
Penny Kittle
01:02:11
We all shared positive experiences with programming
Stacy Campbell
01:05:45
1/2 had their camera on and 1/2 did not...
Gidget Mudd - MU Extension
01:05:59
everyone was smiling sharing their story
Aimee Evans - KSU
01:06:13
I couldn't see anyone in my breakout room. Zoom didn't show me the videos even though they were on.
Nick Wesslak
01:06:47
We ran out of time
Sue Robison
01:06:54
Not everyone chose to join in.
Deb Andres - K-State R&E Geary County
01:06:59
We all experienced better engagement when we built a relationship with the audience.
Margit Kaltenekker, Agriculture Agent
01:06:59
People had positive experience in engaging others.
Amber Schafer-MU
01:07:24
Great idea to have alphabetical order helped with the awkwardness.
MU - Chiquita Chanay she/her/hers
01:07:31
We shared examples of both engagement and lack of engagement
Kala Blakey
01:07:47
We did not fill the time and it was a little awkward
Emalie Davis
01:07:47
It was awkward but more personal.
Amie Breshears
01:07:47
NEW STORIES
Melissa Harvey
01:07:47
our samples were vastly different, but we were able to find similarities among them
Chunda Hampton
01:07:47
after I said good morning, no one said anything. I was not first but said my story and no one still said anything
Tara Solomon-Smith
01:07:47
Though not in the same state, were able to make a personal connection!
Rebecca McMahon
01:07:47
It seemed like a pretty typical breakout experience - no wows and no duds.
Richard Rickman
01:07:47
More people have cameras on!!
Kirby Miller
01:07:47
Gained a new programming idea!
Christi Jo Crisp
01:07:47
the sun is shining today!
Monica Thayer - KSRE
01:07:47
Being excited to have the opportunity to share a win.
Bernadette Trieb, KSRE
01:07:47
Joys of working with people!
Heather Johnson
01:07:47
That was fun
Jean
01:07:47
Glad to 'meet' the people in my room!
Susan McFee
01:07:47
We all had very different experiences with virtual engagement
Kelsi Wertz - KSU
01:07:47
VERY PERSONAL
Shatomi Luster-Edward - MIZ
01:07:47
Authenticity is key!
Chuckie Hessong
01:07:47
I already shared… 🙂
williamsran
01:07:47
Enjoyed meeting someone new
Carla Nemecek - KSU
01:07:47
Different experiences but common purpose
Valerie Tate MU
01:07:47
we had a very wide range of experiences
Melody Garcia-KSRE
01:07:47
Sometimes one person dominated -
Jazmin Phares
01:07:47
How do you make timers on zoom?
Amanda Dahling
01:07:47
4-H is all about engagement and so many are doing it so well.
Sue Robison
01:07:47
Learning from others
Chris Barnett
01:07:47
three of us were on and engaged, the fourth was evidently away from the room. So, we had time to get to know each other a bit better after we dealt with 'high engagement'.
koenenj
01:07:47
DOING IT BY NAME MADE IT EASIER TO GET STARTED IN THE GROUP.
Jackie Basham MU (K-State alum)
01:07:47
Awkward, and question felt somewhat ambiguous to some people's experience.
Margit Kaltenekker, Agriculture Agent
01:07:47
Neat way to meet others
Cassie Homan- KSU
01:07:47
It's hard to have meaningful conversations when people don't have cameras on.
Matthew McKernan, K-State
01:07:47
It was nice to visit with others.
vandusens
01:07:47
Everyone has a story to share.
Sandra Wick
01:07:47
passion about their experiences
Jonathan K-State
01:07:47
All were comfortable with the process
Heidi Meyer
01:07:47
Everyone that shared their high engagement experience smiled as they shared it. It makes you feel good when you can engage learners.
Aimee Evans - KSU
01:07:47
I really enjoyed the conversation after the answer. People seem more like themselves in conversation.
Lara Weisbender-KSU
01:07:48
passion for work
Jennifer Lutes (MU)
01:07:48
We all had different perceptions of engagement
Sandy Johnson
01:07:48
ZOOM learning curve always there
Jennifer Williams
01:07:48
I ended up in a breakout room with one of my favorite colleagues, but I also got to chat for a minute with two new folks, and that was fun!
Joy Miller- KSU
01:07:48
NONE OF OUR EXAMPLES WERE THE SAME
Rachel Augustine
01:07:48
WE SHARED BOTH PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL STORIES.
Kathy Dothage
01:07:48
Good technique!
Gayle Price-K-State
01:07:48
Are group represented multiple specialty areas of extension
Calla Edwards-KSU
01:07:48
Kinda left out when no one was in the group with me. The second group was engaging
Allen Waldo - MO PTAC
01:07:48
I met two very nice people!!
Sherry Grace
01:07:48
it was good you said go in alphabetical order, it saved time and frustration
Nancy Daniels, KSU CV
01:07:48
how quickly we engaged with each other and our stories
Jennifer Brantley
01:07:48
We were able to talk about not-so-positive experiences too. Which was also comforting.
Brenda Jarboe KSU
01:07:48
Pride was a common theme
Allison Gunter MU Extension
01:07:48
I could tell that we all 3 had big caring hearts for others.🥰
Kristin Miller
01:07:48
the clear expectation and order made the engagement/breakout easier
Kaitlin Edwards
01:07:48
We ran out of time
Anna Muir, KSRE
01:07:48
Positive Experiences engaging others.
Jenni Nevatt - MU Extension
01:07:48
WHAT ARE WE ANSWERING? (I had to take a phone call.)
Deb Andres - K-State R&E Geary County
01:07:48
to be engaging, we need to first build connections
Jeanne Falk Jones
01:07:48
Lots of enthusiasm
Kim Hall, MU
01:07:48
How small the world is, connections
Douglas County, Kansas
01:07:48
Small group allowed for greater connection - the question was about a 'story' so there was great, personal sharing...
Deb O'Neal
01:07:48
There were only 2 of us in the room. I was brand new my first day was Feb 7 and she was very encouraging and helped me come out of my shell a little :)
Leslie Davis
01:07:48
:)
Denice Ferguson
01:07:48
Wished we had more time to visit.
Monica Walker-Grant County
01:07:48
My camera would not work in the break out but works now.
bkcfcg
01:07:48
Everybody was friendly.
Reagan Bluel
01:07:48
It was awkward after everyone was done talking
Paula Gray
01:07:48
it was interesting to see that even though we are from different fields of study, we share in methods of what it positive engagement.
Deann Turner
01:07:48
We were at different levels of engagement. Supportative
Kyle Blomenkamp
01:07:48
Engagement comes in many forms - each of us had a very different example of our engagement.
Jessica Trussell, MU Extension
01:07:48
Engagement happens in a variety of ways.
Kaylie Walker
01:07:48
I was worried at first because breakout rooms make me nervous but my group made me instantly feel safe, comfortable, and I related to both of them.
Robin Reid
01:07:48
How are you doing that with your screen?
Leslie Speller-Henderson MU Extension
01:07:48
We talked about putting labels on an individual
Valerie Bader
01:07:48
Glad to learn about Zoom annotation and meet someone new.
Shannon Rogers KSRE Post Rock
01:07:48
We share a passion to reach people even though our jobs are different.
Rachael Brooke, K-State
01:07:48
teaching youth
Ed Lahue - MU Extension
01:07:48
How did you share the chalkboard with the question in the breakout session?
Patricia Miller - MU
01:07:48
People crave connection and like to connect.
Denise Dias
01:07:48
Not everyone contributed because of tech issues we had too much time
Abigail Crouse
01:07:48
One person contributing made it easier of others to do so
Karisha Devlin
01:07:48
Liked alphabetical order, helped with awkardness
Jamie Kleinsorge
01:07:48
Connecting with folks from other program areas was informative and expanded my understanding of engagement.
Brad Coleman
01:07:48
Everyone was passionate about their experiences.
Thom Pancella
01:07:49
Everyone shared very easily.
murrc
01:07:49
😀
Becky Reid-KSRE
01:07:49
HOW DID YOU DO THE SCREEN WITH 9 VIDEO IMAGES OF YOU?
Londa Nwadike
01:07:49
I enjoyed everyone's story and wanted to know more about each person in our breakout group
Jeremiah Terrell
01:07:49
It was a transition.
Bryana Larimer, MO Training Institute
01:07:49
🥳
Kathi Mecham
01:07:49
Only 2 in break out room and there was no awkwardness- easy conversation
Eric Meusch
01:07:49
We had not met but had things in common
Amie Schleicher
01:07:49
Enjoyed the stories of empowerment. Great work! And we had a new person.
Barbara Wills, MU Conference Office
01:07:49
COULDN'T Come UP WITH ANYTHING so uncomfortable.
Emily Doosing (she/her)-- MU
01:07:49
Engagement is not measured in number of people reached but in quality of experiences with people who need us.
Mary Lynch MU
01:07:50
Experiences are varied and very interesting.
Katherine Foran
01:07:50
the stories we shared all focused on other people -- connections with others.
Terri Fossett
01:07:50
VERY SIMILAR EXPERIENCES
Rob Russell - MU Extension
01:07:50
It was a great chance to briefly meet other people, even within your organization.
Laura Peiter (she/her)
01:07:50
It was great to talk with others I didn't know at Mizzou. They had great stories
Brenda Langdon
01:07:50
We all were very much the same
William Halleran
01:07:50
SO WHAT HAPPENS WHEN THE INTERNET IS SO BAD THAT MOST OF THE PEOPLE IN YOUR AREA CANNOT GET ON..
Mike Krauch - MU Extension NE Regional Director
01:07:51
good engagement examples shared
Gidget Mudd - MU Extension
01:07:51
everyone was smiling while sharing their story
Todd Winterbower
01:07:51
Everyone was humble in regard to their impact on people they serve.
Mary Sobba
01:07:51
Everyone interpreted question slightly different
Beth Thordsen
01:07:52
Everyone was passionate about their stories whether it was virtual or in-person engagement. We were all polite between stories and gave space after each silence in case someone else wanted to speak. I was surprised we didn't tal over each other
Rachael Clews, K-State
01:07:52
Not everyone got to share
Karla Imhoff
01:07:52
2 were from MU; 2 were from Kstate
Sarah Geist- MU
01:07:53
I was very aware that I do not start the conversation usually, and will engage fully after being engaged first.
Robert Balek
01:07:53
This is quite interesting.
Angel Surdin
01:07:53
Engagement begets engagement
Debbie Dody - MU
01:07:53
We were all MU - one person was traveling & I we were unable to hear from. 2 of us were from the same County Office! I took the lead & asked Kayla to start! I hope you doesn't hate me!
Rose Schrader---MU
01:07:53
Had a Positive Experience Engaging with other people from around the state
Elizabeth Picking
01:07:54
It was awkward at first but the alphabetical order helped
Gerardo Martinez
01:07:54
Enjoying your energy!
Liz Harrison
01:07:56
🌈
Elizabeth Anderson
01:07:57
I thought it was nice that the question was based more in a spirit of "what did you like" or "what would you like to share" rather than something based in a feeling of having to share something "impressive".
Karen Funkenbusch
01:07:57
Everyone participated and shared engagement. Everyone loves their job
Heather Conrow
01:07:58
Hands on is way more engaging
Jody J. Squires
01:07:58
We all had 4-H in common but in very different ways.
Sarah Havens-MU Extension
01:07:59
Interesting conversation about engagements despite being in different realms.
Maude Harris
01:08:00
😍
Alicia Winrod
01:08:02
BREAKOUT ROOMS ARE INTIMIDATING
Stephanie Johnson - MU
01:08:02
Positivity!
Cheryl Boyer, K-State
01:08:04
🎉
murrc
01:08:13
Alphabetical order saved initial awkwardness
Nick Wesslak
01:08:16
😀
culpeppert
01:08:19
Positive a meeting new people
Nancy Daniels, KSU CV
01:10:22
HOW DO YOU DO THE TIMER?
Gidget Mudd - MU Extension
01:10:29
I like this because you don't have to address each answer. This saves time but allows everyone to read the answers and think about them.
Katherine Foran
01:11:38
👍
MU - Chiquita Chanay she/her/hers
01:12:13
if you're not on zoom you can use other tools like slido, menti etc
Elizabeth Anderson
01:12:48
Also, as someone who often gets overloaded, sensory-wise, in person, having those little "breakouts" in real time, all around the room, would be torture.
Chad Littlefield
01:14:30
https://youtu.be/EZ_QudlLmPc
Lupita Fabregas MO 4-H
01:22:46
keep asking what do we do good
Tim Safranski Mizzou
01:23:02
don't be a curmudgeon, and then call them out.
Douglas County, Kansas
01:23:10
Ask Powerful Questions
Kim Hall, MU
01:23:11
Find their spark to incorporate into the discussion
Debbie Bennett
01:23:11
Ask people for their ideas
Kathleen Quinn
01:23:12
Help them understand how their strengths and talents contribute to goals.
murrc
01:23:15
Flatter them into sharing their suggestions.
Cynthia Shumock
01:23:17
Be a good example
Gidget Mudd - MU Extension
01:23:19
Ask them to share a positive experience in regards to what you are discussing
Ed Lahue - MU Extension
01:23:23
Make it personal to their world and ask them to share it
Jean
01:23:25
figure out what the actual problem is for them
Douglas County, Kansas
01:23:26
Invitations.
Sarah Denkler MU
01:23:28
Give them a responsibility - something to lead
Wendie Powell
01:23:32
Engage with pointed questions (Can you bring __?, Do you have connections to __?)
Cassie Homan- KSU
01:23:32
Be engaging and always try new and innovative ideas
Carol Ann Crouch, West Plains Ext. Dist. Scott Co
01:23:32
Thank them for all that they do and let them know they are appreciated.
Ron Wilson
01:23:33
Ask for their input early on in a process
Rachel Augustine
01:23:35
Learn to be an active listener
Heather Johnson
01:23:35
Help people understand their strengths and how to implement them.
Jeremiah Terrell
01:23:36
Build relationship.
Jamie Kleinsorge
01:23:38
Make eye contact with the curmudg
foxj
01:23:39
Ask questions and redirect their attitude to positive thoughts
Bob McNary MU, 4-H, Dade County
01:23:39
Ask for their advise
vandusens
01:23:39
No matter how hard it is, go the extra mile to connect with that person.
Liz Harrison
01:23:40
When you provide a “this is wrong”, you have to provide the first suggestion for a potential fix
Megan Kennelly, KSU
01:23:40
Please note - criticism can be highly valuable! As long as it is constructive. The "devil's advocate" in the room sometimes makes the most valuable contribution. Let's be sure NOT to accidentally squelch constructive criticism.
Sandra Wick
01:23:42
Always try to find the positive in what we do!!! Count your blessings!
Bernadette Trieb, KSRE
01:23:43
Include everyone in the conversation
Barbara Wills, MU Conference Office
01:23:43
Giving permission for people to be contributors
Jennifer Wilson
01:23:43
Find a connection with them
Reagan Bluel
01:23:44
Make them feel loved and valued
Kathi Mecham
01:23:44
start the day with an open heart and mind
thompsonsar
01:23:46
Every idea should valued and evaluated as to whether it will work.
Elsa Macedo
01:23:46
ask them for suggestions and to share one positive thing
Karla Imhoff
01:23:46
Speak only when you feel your words are better than your silence.
Stephanie Johnson - MU
01:23:47
Ask them questions and then really hear their answer.
Kyle Blomenkamp
01:23:48
Involvement.
Bryana Larimer, MO Training Institute
01:23:48
Help them recognize the consequences of remaining in the space they're currently in.
Denise Sullivan-MU
01:23:49
identify their strength and build it into the project
Kim Fanning
01:23:49
find a way for it to be meaningful for/to them
Rob Russell - MU Extension
01:23:50
Try and learn what drives them and their interests - and then incorporate that into your efforts.
Robert Balek
01:23:50
Discover the source of their fear of learning and help them overcome it.
Deb O'Neal
01:23:52
Build trust and relationships with them
Sue Robison
01:23:54
STAR-Stop Take a breath AND relax
Douglas Swanson
01:23:57
during a break meet them where they are (listen to them), ask them questions
Angel Surdin
01:23:58
Create relevance: How is each person relevant to the group and how does that affect the issue... all inclusive.
Lisa Overholser, MU (she/her)
01:23:58
Ask what they would do as a solution to (xyz) problem
Richard Rickman
01:23:58
Make it( the topic)important to that individual.
Alicia Winrod
01:23:59
Find their interest and engage them in something personal to them!
Dhruba Dhakal
01:24:02
Ask their feedback
Jason Morris
01:24:04
Apply to their environment.
debi kelly (MU Extension)
01:24:05
purposefully reach out to them in some capacity, before or after class to develop a relationship with them to feel more comfortable and chances are they will move to more engagement
Carrie Wilson
01:24:06
Give them an opportunity to contribute, then look for their positive part of contribution, no matter how small.
Susan Jones-Hard
01:24:07
Treat them w/respect, listen and asking them for solutions
Shatomi Luster-Edward - MIZ
01:24:09
What is your suggestion on how we change or move forward?
Amie Breshears
01:24:11
show them some love - sometimes 'curmudgeon'ness is a ploy to see if you actually care or will invest in them
Brad Coleman
01:24:11
Ask about their ideas and opinions and listen, listen, listen!
Monica Thayer - KSRE
01:24:12
Find a way for everyone to contribute without judgement.
Kelsi Wertz - KSU
01:24:12
Invite them in, compel them, inspire them, don't focus on the "to do's" focus on the who we could become.
Allen Waldo - MO PTAC
01:24:13
Give these folks who are dragging the others down responsibility for sharing content. It is hard to run something down if you are an active part in the creation.
Dhruba Dhakal
01:24:16
Build trust with them
Randi Williams
01:24:16
Preface your question at a meeting with "Please give an example of a positive experience or solution you have used/had"
Elizabeth Kiss, K-State Research and Extension
01:24:17
Attempt shared understanding and goals and then focus on the outputs/outcomes rather than the process
Genevieve’s iPhone MU
01:24:19
Balanced listening
Becky Reid-KSRE
01:24:19
Ask curmudgeon to describe their favorite experience - what worked, why did it have impact?
Lisa Overholser, MU (she/her)
01:24:20
Have them be the protagonist in the story!
Della Miller
01:24:20
Make sure they feel heard and validated in their feelings.
Tracey Sanders
01:24:22
Foster a safe space to share their opinion. Ask them how they would like to contribute.
Melissa Harvey
01:24:22
first validate thoughts/feelings, but then ask “what next”. Ask different versions of “what next” and you’ll discover that you’re building conversations and solutions, rather than just a litany of complaints.
Aimee Evans - KSU
01:24:23
In two words, Manage Fear.We have to make a safe space where they won't feel judged. We have to make questions open ended so they can feel there are no right or wrong answers to alleviate the fear of being wrong.
Jonathan K-State
01:24:23
Get them involved and share ownership of the program
Kaitlin Edwards
01:24:24
Give them a responsibility/empower them to lead a small task
Frances Graves - KSU
01:24:25
Ask them what they care about related to the topic and then keep relating what you have to say directly to what is most important to them. A
Valerie Bader
01:24:26
Re-define their contribution as "devil's advocate" and thank them for their authenticity.
Kelly Rich
01:24:27
You have to be willing to play a neutral role in connecting resources.
Nancy Keim, University of Missouri
01:24:29
Ask them why they have the negative outlook of their work/organization and then ask how that aspect could be improved. Thank them for giving input.
Alyssa Rippe-May
01:24:29
Give them a specific task that matches their skillset.
Eric Meusch
01:24:31
develop a shared vision
Lori Wuellner
01:24:31
Genuinely acknowledge their response to a question with a specific feedback.
Jodi Hall - MU
01:24:31
active listening and communication
Hannah Whittaker-MU Extension
01:24:33
Make everyone feel included!
Amy Hiebert
01:24:33
Listen and try to figure out where a disconnect is coming from.
Tayler Ryan
01:24:33
Follow through when you are asking them to be engaged or helping
Debbie Dody - MU
01:24:46
Lead them there by encouraging participation. Ask open ended questions.
JoLynn Hambach
01:24:47
Find a way to get into their comfort zone by personalizing the information for them.
Carla Nemecek - KSU
01:24:49
Ask them to explain the story that makes them feel the way they do so that they feel heard by the group. Tell me more, and then listen for the answer.
Jennifer Williams
01:24:49
Create and demonstrate value to them.
Amie Schleicher
01:24:52
People need to feel valued and important. If they give input and it never feels like it matters, why should we expect them to want to contribute or connect? Leaders have to be very intentional with this.
colemankar
01:24:52
Include everyone and be accepting of new ideas
Matthew McKernan, K-State
01:24:53
Be sure you understand what your audience hopes to take away from the lesson/presentation. The more you tailor your information to your audience, the more they will want to engage.
Sarah Geist- MU
01:24:53
present them with the option of small changes- not an all or nothing approach- ex: "I don't eat anything green and I don't like any vegetables". Ask them about fruit- do they like smoothies? what if I told you some vegetables you could include in a smoothie that you wouldn't even taste- see if you can plant the seed for the idea to put spinach into a smoothie- a small change is still change.
Stacy Campbell
01:24:53
Ask audience questions, we want your feedback, and sincerely listen.
Kayla Taylor - MU
01:24:54
Make employees feel valued and engage them in topics they are passionate about. Be purposeful when assigning duties and not throw misc. things at them. Follow through and ask for feedback on how you can improve for them.
koenenj
01:24:55
See what their real interest/desire is and help them to see how you can assist them find it and our place within it.
bkcfcg
01:24:55
Be yourself, be considerate of others, listen, and always be an encouraging force.
Marcia Meek
01:24:55
By being a relator and always try to smile and lean into the person to listen.
Sherry Grace
01:25:00
Ask them what they need so they can be a contributor. For instance, if I provide XYZ, then they could be part of the solution.
Todd Winterbower
01:25:01
Listen, encourage, support, guide
Chris Barnett
01:25:06
put them in a role where they have the opportunity to connect and contribute. Often curmudgeons are more disengaged, and involvement can give them a difference perspective on their potential to contribute.
Kelsey Weitzel
01:25:06
follow all negatives with a positive :)
Katherine Foran
01:25:06
invite them to be part of a group with a specific objective or need to solve. Leading the invitation with a recognition of whatever positive knowledge or strength they do/could bring
Mark Jarvis
01:25:08
Ask them to share their expertise
Kristin Miller
01:25:09
Use their strengths to encourage positive change forward
Rusty Lee - MU
01:25:10
Audience participation
Bec
01:25:12
Sometimes we can't change them, but we can't allow them to take our joy away.
Verlinda Talley
01:25:18
Eye Contact is VERY important - no matter the instance! Makes others feel heard/understood.
Meg Drake
01:25:19
If smaller meeting, allow everyone a chance to speak and answer questions. Sometimes I feel like people put themselves into a corner because they're concerned their contribution to conversation isn't useful or insightful.
Sharolyn Flaming Jackson
01:25:22
Acknowledge their "curmudgeonness" and work with them to re-frame the situation or perspective. You also have to be careful to not allow them to take over the conversation as it can become discouraging to others.
David Burton
01:25:31
Enlist their help in a very specific task that interests them. Do not let me impact the entire program or project. Calling them to help also give them focus.
Valerie Bader
01:25:55
Give them lots of alone time.
Jody J. Squires
01:25:55
Ask them - Is there anything we can do today that would make this experience valuable for you? (or do you prefer to just play the role of antagonist ...lol) Just kidding, don't ask the second part)
Heidi Meyer
01:25:58
Give them a meaningful task to do. It will help them feel engaged, valuable and will take their attention away from just being negative all of the time.
John Fuller
01:26:03
I see it differently. I feel that every organization needs them. Each has a role to get an idea up those connectors. The critic sees the problem. The consumer is willing to do the detail work. The contributor has the energy to advance.
Heather Conrow
01:26:04
I don't think it is our responsibility to change them. Lead by example and give them the opportunity to chose to change.
Anthony Ohmes
01:26:17
Purposefully keep people in the loop to help to become contributors. Be a connector maybe first so if there is a research project on campus, for example, that could connect to the field, reach out. Administration could help in this aspect.
John Fuller
01:26:18
Then the connector knows how to get it out there
Heather Conrow
01:26:28
I agree John Fuller
Dianna Koenig
01:26:36
build a relationship
Aimee Evans - KSU
01:27:14
yes, loved that!
Chuckie Hessong
01:27:22
PREACH!!!!!
Chuckie Hessong
01:27:41
I was surprised how many suggestions there were. I couldn’t come up with anything! LOL
Denise Sullivan-MU
01:28:04
great observation John Fuller!
Penny Kittle
01:32:53
"Culture of Connection" I love that!
Jean
01:33:06
Different personalities take different roles.
Gerardo Martinez
01:33:18
That is all about! Connecting heart to heart!
Victoria
01:33:26
Someone also said they are needed.
Jodi Hall - MU
01:33:37
John Fuller's insight resonated with me
Aimee Evans - KSU
01:33:38
Super reluctant to leave, but I have a dentist appointment to get to. Will a replay be available?
Cheryl Boyer, K-State
01:33:55
Yes, Aimee!
Rose Schrader---MU
01:33:58
I like what Sherry G. said about asking them what they can do to help the situation
Tracey Sanders
01:34:08
It's being recorded Aimee
Heidi Meyer
01:34:33
Many people wrote that curmudgeons should be given specific, meaningful tasks.
Denise Sullivan-MU
01:34:59
YES Doug!
Jeremiah Terrell
01:35:48
Validate their feelings.
Jeremiah Terrell
01:37:02
In this case, the conflict is a good thing.
Ron Wilson
01:37:20
A friend has a reframe rule for meetings. Any statement must be made in terms of what is needed, not what is wrong
Jean
01:37:38
when stakeholders & funders ask questions -- you may be prepared because of your curmudgeons & critics...
Douglas Swanson
01:38:01
Ron Wilson, that is a Great Tool!
Liz Harrison
01:38:20
I like that Ron! It's okay to bring up concerns or issues, but people who have concerns often have a suggestion for how to improve it, even if it's not the final choice that helps improve the situation
Heidi Meyer
01:38:29
I love that, Ron! That is a shift in thinking
Margit Kaltenekker, Agriculture Agent
01:39:12
What happens if critics/curmudgeons insist on their point of view?
Ron Wilson
01:39:18
Credit goes to Ron's friend
John Fuller
01:42:14
I like the idea of the rubber band because it shows expansion. You cut out the critic there is no change and if you cut out the connector there is no growth
Chad Littlefield
01:42:38
playmeo.com
Karen Funkenbusch
01:42:48
Great points John Fuller
Valerie Bader
01:43:08
I appreciate your perspective John Fuller. Thank you!
Ed Lahue - MU Extension
01:44:34
I like to start with a poll that ask their current state of knowledge level on the topic
Chad Littlefield
01:44:41
https://www.youtube.com/weandme
Chad Littlefield
01:44:58
https://youtu.be/nWvCvnOZNn4
Karen Funkenbusch
01:45:01
Great resources Chad!
Chad Littlefield
01:45:14
https://youtu.be/kAJ4LLnOUZk
Amie Breshears
01:50:29
Yes!!
Mike Krauch - MU Extension NE Regional Director
01:50:43
Thank you, Chad!
Lupita Fabregas MO 4-H
01:56:04
I got your email every Tuesday!
Chad Littlefield
01:56:26
https://weand.me/ideas/
Jodi Hall - MU
01:56:32
Thank you!!
Deann Turner
01:56:40
Thank you
Sandra Wick
02:03:44
Absolutely amazing presentation!!!!
Debra Wood - K-State
02:03:46
This was fabulous! Thank you so much!
Alicia Winrod
02:03:59
Thank you for this information!
Angel Surdin
02:04:10
This was great. Thank you so much!
Londa Nwadike
02:04:12
Thank you!
culpeppert
02:04:36
This was great! Thank You!
Sarah Traub--MU
02:04:37
Join us back on this zoom at 11:10 https://ksu.zoom.us/j/92323013306Meeting ID: 923 2301 3306
Heidi Meyer
02:04:42
This was very engaging and fun! Thank you for sharing your experiences and your wisdom with us.
Maude Harris
02:05:32
very engaging and great information
Dawn Hicks
02:05:38
Enjoyed, Thank you!
Heather Johnson
02:05:45
Very enjoyable
Penny Kittle
02:05:51
I am excited to try these new strategies
Dhruba Dhakal
02:05:58
Thank you very much! It is very engaging and informative!
Karisha Devlin
02:05:59
I will implement what I've learned today in my next zoom class.
Rachel Augustine
02:06:00
I will attempt to adapt these resources to both virtual and in-person meetings.
Gidget Mudd - MU Extension
02:06:04
I am excited to check out your resources to learn more about making virtual meetings/classes engaging.
Angel Surdin
02:06:04
I am inspired. Thank you!
Leslie Speller-Henderson MU Extension
02:06:14
I believe in We and Me's products and services
Anthony Ohmes
02:06:19
Thanks, enjoyed and will look at the resources
Sue Robison
02:06:23
I will use unofficial starts.
Dwayne T
02:06:23
I will no longer do “ice breakers “
Gidget Mudd - MU Extension
02:06:30
I notice you talk with your hands. Is this natural or is this an engagement technique?
Gerardo Martinez
02:06:31
I will get the pyramid , the cards and the book! For my family and work! :)
Jean
02:06:33
milk crate! Ozark standing desk.
Denise Sullivan-MU
02:06:36
I will be intentional about the ingredients in my meeting timeline
Kelsi Wertz - KSU
02:06:36
I feel like I found my spark that I have been missing due to the hustle and bustle of work piling up.
Jazmin Phares
02:06:39
I will use what I learned today to increase engagement
Gerardo Martinez
02:06:39
I use "Ice melters"
Tim Safranski Mizzou
02:07:04
I believe you cannot eliminate icebreakers, but perhaps can help them become connect to contact.
Gidget Mudd - MU Extension
02:07:26
I NOTICE YOU TALK WITH YOUR HANDS. IS THIS JUST NATURAL OR IS THIS AN ENGAGEMENT TECHNIQUE?
Tim Safranski Mizzou
02:07:27
onnected to content.
Jennifer Williams
02:07:35
HOW DO YOU ENGAGE PAINFULLY SHY INDIVIDUALS WHO HAVE VALUE BUT DON'T FEEL COMFORTABLE SHARING?
Karisha Devlin
02:07:47
HOW DO YOU DEAL WITH PARTICIPANTS WHO WANT TO DOMINATE DISCUSSION ON ZOOM?
Sue Robison
02:07:55
HOW DO YOU CONNECT USING A POWERPOINT?
Valerie Bader
02:07:58
hOW DO YOU HELP VOLUNTEERS WHO PRESENT CONTENT LEARN THESE ENGAGEMENT TECHNIQUES
Chadwick Higgins - University of Missouri
02:08:01
WHAT'S THE NEXT TECH BREAKTHROUGH OR INNOVATION TOOL(S) IN THE HYBRID DELIVERY MODEL
John Fuller
02:08:04
HOW DO YOU GET PEOPLE TO ATTEND PROGRAMS THAT MOST PEOPLE ARE AFRAID OF THE TOPIC
Douglas County, Kansas
02:08:06
WHAT COLLABORATIVE CONTRIBUTION SPACES DO YOU LIKE TO USE (LIKE JAMBOARD, ETC)?
Leslie Bertsch
02:08:10
WHAT KIND OF CAMERA DO YOU USE? HOW DO YOU SET THAT UP? YOUR VIDEO QUALITY IS GREAT AND MAKES IT MORE ENGAGING TOO.
Rachel Augustine
02:08:11
CAN YOU GIVE EXAMPLES OF GOOD UNNOFFICIAL STARTS?
Emily Barbee, MU
02:08:11
WHAT TYPE OF CAMERA ARE YOU USING? :)
Lupita Fabregas MO 4-H
02:08:14
IS IT APPROPIATED TO ASK TO STOP ANSWERING EMAILS OR OTHER THINGS?
Lucas Haag - NWREC Colby
02:08:18
CAN YOU GIVE AN EXAMPLE OF CLOSING FOR TECHNICAL TYPE PRESENTATIONS
Becky Reid-KSRE
02:08:20
WHAT ARE HELPFUL WAYS TO PREPARE PARTICIPANTS FOR ENGAGEMENT?
Calla Edwards-KSU
02:08:25
HOW DO YOU ENGAGE BOTH PEOPLE ON ZOOM AND PEOPLE IN THE ROOM EQUALLY?
Craig Dinkel K-State
02:08:28
I will have to re watch this, got pulled away on a phone call. The downfall for me on virtual stuff is distractions.
THABENA
02:08:29
HOW DO YOU GET SHY PEOPLE TO PARTICIPATE?
Liz Harrison
02:08:31
WHAT TYPE OF AUDIO DEVICE DO YOU USE? IT'S VERY CLEAR
Randi Williams
02:08:31
ATTENDING A ZOOM MEETING FOR 2-3 HOURS CAN BE EXHAUSTING. IDEAS FOR SHORTENING?
Jessica Trussell, MU Extension
02:08:31
I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW1) HOW DO YOU SHARE THE TIMER?2) HOW DID YOU SHARE THE IPAD WHEN IN THE BREAKOUT ROOMS?
Jennifer Wilson
02:08:34
hOW DO YOU DO THAT TIMER?
Tim Safranski Mizzou
02:08:34
DO YOU HAVE GOOD MODELS OF BLENDED VIRTUAL NAD IN PERSON?
Jason Morris
02:08:35
HOW DO YOU MAKE OTHERS ENGAGE?
murrc
02:08:36
HOW DO YOU ADAPT THESE SUGGESTIONS FOR INPERSON PRESENTATIONS?
Patrick Byers, MU Extension
02:08:39
ANY TIPS FOR ENGAGING PEOPLE WHO ARE NOT COMFORTABLE WITH VIRTUAL INTERACTION? FOR EXAMPLE, PEOPLE WHO JOIN ZOOMS BUT DONT PARTICIPATE
koenenj
02:08:42
WHEN EVERYONE IS GETTING ON FOR 30 MINUTES, HOW IS A GOOD WAY TO DO UNOFFICLA START?
Alicia Winrod
02:08:50
WELL, NOW I WANT TO KNOW HOW TO END WITH OUT "ANY QUESTIONS"
Lori Wuellner
02:08:51
WOULD ASK QUESTIONS BE A PART OF THE HOUSEKEEPING - 2ND TO THE LAST ACTVITY?
Bryana Larimer, MO Training Institute
02:08:53
WHAT SUGGESTIONS DO YOU HAVE FOR HYBRID EVENTS?
Karen Funkenbusch
02:08:53
HOW DO YOU ENGAGE WITH INDIVIDUALS FROM DIVERSE AND CLUTURAL BACKGROUNDS
Heather Conrow
02:09:18
HOW DO YOU USE TECHNOLOGY AND STAY ON YOUR PRESENTATION TASKS?
Amie Schleicher
02:09:31
OFTENTIMES IN ZOOM, FACILITATORS DON'T GIVE ENOUGH TIME FOR PEOPLE TO JUMP IN, AND GO WITH THE FIRST COMMENT THEY GET, SO THE CONVERSATION IS DOMINATED BY THE MOST VOCAL. SUGGESTIONS ON HOW TO DEAL WITH THAT AS A PARTICIPANT?
Liz Harrison
02:09:38
WHEN YOU ASK A QUESTION IN A VIRTUAL SETTING, HOW LONG DO YOU WAIT (PAUSE) BEFORE MOVING ON WITH NO RESPONSES?
Emily Bergsieker - MU
02:11:23
IS HAVING YOUR PHOTO IN A CIRCLE WHEN YOU A SHARE A SCREEN PART OF THE SHARING OPTIONS IN ZOOM?
Chad Littlefield
02:15:19
https://youtu.be/EZ_QudlLmPc
Chad Littlefield
02:18:10
- Problem: - Benefit:  - Curiosity: 1. Content- CTA:
Deb O'Neal
02:21:33
Thank you!!
Chadwick Higgins - University of Missouri
02:21:42
Thank you!!
Tim Safranski Mizzou
02:21:43
THANKS. I really like the ideas for the on-demand
Debbie Dody - MU
02:21:43
Thank you!
Katherine Foran
02:21:43
Thank you!
Heather Johnson
02:21:47
Thank you!!
Shannon Rogers KSRE Post Rock
02:21:48
Thank you!
Jessica Trussell, MU Extension
02:21:50
Thank you so much!!!
Ashley Garner
02:21:50
Thank you
Amie Schleicher
02:21:51
Awesome. Thanks!
Lupita Fabregas MO 4-H
02:21:53
thank you
Jazmin Phares
02:21:53
thank you
vandusens
02:21:54
Thank you.
Denise Sullivan-MU
02:21:55
THANK YOU!
Penny Kittle
02:21:55
THank you!
Karen Funkenbusch
02:21:56
Thank you Chad.
Chuckie Hessong
02:21:56
Ciao! Ciao!
Lori Wuellner
02:21:57
Great "stuff"!!
Rusty Lee - MU
02:21:58
Thanks
Meg Drake
02:21:59
Thank you!
Jamie Kleinsorge
02:22:00
Thank you!
Anna Muir, Phillips-Rooks District
02:22:01
Thanks!
Brenda Doll - UM St. Charles Extension
02:22:02
THANKS!
Connie Griffith
02:22:02
Thank you ! Very engaging!