You can also see this episode on our Youtube channel if you would like to see Ian and Paul demonstrate the hand signals discussed in the podcast.
Ian is joined by Paul Hills the founder of Konektis.org, which helps organisations transform their online meetings. Paul is an expert in video and hybrid meetings and the creator of some innovative techniques that are helping to bring body language back to video meetings. Paul is also an Honorary Research Fellow at UCL Department of Experimental Psychology, a Fellow of the RSA and a member of the Good Work Guild.
If that wasn’t enough to keep him busy he is Co-founder of Gyllyngvase Wellbeing Swimmers Group in Falmouth which aims to support its member's wellbeing through open water swimming in the sea off this lovely Cornish beach.
So, In this episode, as well as talking to Paul about his thoughts on wellbeing in general we discuss what good meeting practice looks like and how that can help wellbeing as well as trying out some of the techniques.
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