«Co-walking» or «walk and talk», it’s a new quite simple method to organize your meeting in more people friendly way and create links between your employees. What is it exactly?
According to the study made by OpinionWay in 2017, only 52% of French consider traditional meetings as productive. There are a lot of people who think that in France we have this disease « réunionite », which consist in handling different meetings nonstop.
One of the new forms to organize your meeting in nicer and more people friendly way is “co-walking” or “walking meeting” or “walk to talk”, proposed by Steve Jobs, founder of Apple.
Instead of making your “bilat”, “1 to 1” or “team meetings” seated in the meeting room, we propose you go out of the box or just go out of your office.
It turns out that this kind of meetings allow to create an informal and efficient atmosphere, release the word, create better relationships with colleagues, improve health state and posture (as we spend too much time sitting) and be more creative.
There are so many advantages of “co-walking”, but how to organize it? How many people to involve? Where to go? And if we need to project or to show a presentation, how to handle it?
To answer all your questions and give you some tips in organization of your “co-walking”, please, contact our experts.