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With the COVID-19 global outbreak, remote working is crucial! As this threat continues, we need to practice social distancing to limit the potential spreading of COVID-19. Social distancing is not only the need in our personal lives but its a need of today to work with remotely distributed teams.
Women in Agile Singapore proudly present an interactive online workshop on Remote facilitation techniques, with our TBR Certified Trainers, Dana Pylayeva and Kriti Jaising. There are only 350 TBR Certified Trainers in the whole world!
TBR, that is Training from the Back of the Room is a globally acclaimed framework for delivering interactive training, workshops & talks that draw on cognitive neuroscience aka brain-friendly ways of learning.
This online workshop is open to all! Please join us for a lively learning experience on 16th April at[masked] PM SGT.
Live, online meeting link: (TBC)
More about our guests:
Dana Pylayeva: (https://www.linkedin.com/in/danapylayeva/)
Dana is an independent Agile Coach and trainer with over 20 years of diverse experience in IT. She’s been on both sides of the “wall of confusion”: first as a software engineer and then as a DBA Manager in low-latency, high-throughput environments. She’s been fortunate to work with co-located and distributed teams in the US, Canada, Ireland, Japan, UK, India and Russia and can share with you their distinct challenges, successes and effective practices.
Dana is passionate about connecting people in a powerful way for co-creation and learning. She is an educational game designer and author of “Introduction to DevOps with Lego, Chocolate and Scrum Game”, “Self-Selection Game” and ” Fear in the Workplace”. In the last 5 years, she trained over 2000 people, coached 30+ teams and delivered workshops at 40 conferences in 15 countries.
Kriti Jaising: (https://www.linkedin.com/in/kritijaising/)
Kriti Jaising is the Founder and a Trainer at Concepts & Beyond Inc. She has over 20 years of experience in advertising, digital marketing, and consumer research. Mother of 2,
she has been on the Board of Directors of ECPTA for the last 3 years. Along with being actively involved in her children’s school life, planning & executing numerous educational and fun activities, she gets to interact closely with the School system, Superintendent, teachers, and students. This exposure opened her eyes to the dynamic changes in the learning landscape. This has drawn her to be a TBR Practitioner & Trainer.