A Virtual Journey for medical humanitarian non-governmental organisation
Our Client’s Needs:
Generate interest and participation from a vast cross-section of the community of health professionals in 35 countries and across logistic and administrative departments to re-think the role and intervention strategy of the organisation.
Design and facilitate a “virtual journey” that allowed participants to grow their knowledge and actively contribute during weekly online seminars and collaborative workshops, with up to 250 participants, eight facilitators and two translators.
Key areas included: facilitation of strategic scoping conversations with the steering committee, implementation of a communication and engagement strategy for participants and senior managers, coordination and support of the convening process of participants and experts, set up and organisation of the virtual meeting space (tools, breakout rooms, training, translators), design and delivery of a collaborative experience, knowledge capture and dissemination and providing documentation for internal use and follow-up.