What is a Hybrid Meeting?
A hybrid meeting refers to the physical location of participants. In a hybrid meeting, a subset of the people attending the meeting is located together in the same place. Other participants join the meeting by conference call or web conference. For facilitators, hybrid meetings are some of the most difficult meetings to manage as you can neither rely on everyone having access to the meeting technology nor on people all using sticky notes or other tangible resources. Experts on remote teamwork often recommend this rule: if anyone is virtual, everyone is virtual; meaning that any meeting with remote participants should be moved entirely into the virtual meeting space.
- Don’t Leave Remote Participants Hanging: 8 Tips for a Meeting of Equals ~ by Nancy Settle-Murphy
- The do’s and don’ts of hybrid meetings ~ on the Kunsido Forums