The path to reconnection continues as we welcome you to this APAC community event, featuring fan favorites from Miro’s Distributed 2021 and other brilliant speakers, who will teach you how to delight your teams with Miro in these playful, interactive sessions.
This event was produced by Miro’s community members, Joshua Davies @ Knowmium and Isman Tanuri @ Elisan Partners.
Presenting Presence with Robert Kienzle, Knowmium (Dec 9, 6pm)
When reconnecting, whether in-person or virtual, our ability to present information and connect with audiences and individuals is key. This Miro workshop will allow small groups to work on core elements of presentation and personal presence. As groups travel around the board, they will collaborate with each other to give and get feedback on issues like: identifying colleagues'/audiences' interests, developing messages with inspiration for the future, designing visuals that keep focus on speakers, and speaking with impact and authenticity.
The Alchemy-ro Race with Nurul Fathiyah, Gamifier Girl at Gamorify (Dec 9, 7pm)
Let’s stop working and just play. Let’s explore the space where you can learn, have fun, and be creative. The Alchemy-ro Race will test your patience and passion to explore the unknown space, engage with unknown people, and experience an unknown practice. Will you find the treasure that you are yearning for? Or will you be forever clueless?
Nurul Fathiyah is a learner at heart and loves all the fun things in life. She is passionate about creating virtual engagement space and uses this medium to build an environment that enables people to learn, collaborate and connect to each other. She enjoys talking to other people and listening to their stories. She loves to be able to help other people learn effectively, realize their potential and excel in their performance, professionally and in life. In 2020, Nurul is actively providing training and mentoring to L&D Professionals and Trainers to transition their training online. Connect with Nurul at https://www.linkedin.com/in/nurulfathiyahmuen/
People Development Advisor
Let's talk in the third person, shall we? Born on a Hawaiian volcano, Joshua has spent the last 20 years chasing curiosity and working internationally, with the last 15 based in Asia.
He heads up Knowmium, serving as lead Conversation Architect, and training both non-profits and Fortune 100s worldwide in persuasive communications. With Knowmium, he studies the "how" of deeper talk— unpacking fossilized speech patterns and crafting new habits that build trust and collaboratively solve problems.
Joshua is the author of Radically Remote (a guide to engaging virtual facilitating) and a member of the Forbes Coaches Council. In his spare time, he enjoys running (slowly) on Hong Kong’s trails, photography (less slowly), and reading more books than all the time left in the universe will allow.