The visual way to trigger
Supporting communication, collaboration and creativity online.
When can the metaFox visual retro help?
Open virtual workshops & interactive webinars
Start your online workshop by having participants connect to their real-life experience – selecting an image which represents the topic. This provides the basis to share meaningful personal stories & experiences instead of general knowledge.
Retrospective of a remote team
Retrospectives are most effective when team members dig deep. Addressing personal challenges and sensitive topics in a remote team can be particularly challenging. Often the emotional connection and trust are missing. The metaFox visual retro eases the start of team conversations that matter – opening up team members for connecting on a deeper level.
Teams are most effective when team members care about one another. The basis for this is meaningful sharing of what matters to people inside and outside of work. The metaFox visual retro makes this happen by letting people connect personal experience with powerful pictures.
Every coach knows that images can be powerful anchors for visualising goals. This is also true in an online environment. Build your online coaching session on the basis of visual anchors – use images to help your coachees come up with compelling and picturesque goals!
How metaTalk works
Like for coaching cards on paper, there’s various ways to empower people to speak with images. So the following suggestion should not limit you in your creativity – but be a guide to get started.
- Start a new session on https://app.metafox.eu/.
- What do you want to achieve? Choose from the use cases presented above.
- Choose a question to guide your participant’s picture selection or create a new one.
- Invite your participants by sharing a customised link.
- Have everyone choosing an image which speaks to them – and makes them speak.
- Take turns presenting your picture. And enjoy connecting & learning about each other.
What the users say
“I use the deep pictures of metaFox to gather associations of my participants on a workshop topic. Using the images, I experience time and time again that participants share their thoughts much more concretely. Especially academics tend to hide their feelings behind fancy phrases; through working with images, we bring their thoughts to the ground and talk straight.”
~ Eva, freelance trainer & organisational developer at ETH Zürich
Who is behind this tool
metaFox provides coaching tools to spark authentic connection and meaningful conversation. We support trainers, coaches and educators in their work to empower people, teams and society to take ownership of what matters to them. Find out more on www.metaFox.eu