32 Ideas for Running Better Zoom Networking Meetings

Are you suffering from Zoom Fatigue?

Do your meetings seem to blur together?

Liven up your next Zoom meeting with one of these easy tips!

Here are a bunch of ways to make any Zoom meeting fun, fresh, and engaging.

Most of these can be easily added into your usual meeting scheduling system.

So, which one do you want to try first?

If you want to see all the text of our tips, please scroll down.

I am indebted to Karl Pontau from www.SquashandStretch.net for putting together the graphic version of this list. Many businesses lack engaging digital content. Squash and Stretch Productions creates custom, high-quality animated videos that engage your target audience, so you achieve your goals.

32 Tips for Zoom Networking Meetings

  1. Icebreakers
    • Introduce yourself with an interesting fact no one knows about you
    • Introduce someone else at the meeting that you spoke with before the meeting so that you invest in giving a great introduction which makes you look good too.
    • What show are you binging on Netflix, Amazon Prime, HBO or Showtime?
    • What will be your first vacation once Corona is over.
    • Back of the card. Where do you spend time when not working? Nonprofit?
    • What are you reading? For fun? For work?
    • New hobby or skill picked up during time at home
    • If you could be a superhero … and why
    • Tell a joke

 

  1. Visual Experiences
    • Everyone comes with a virtual background
      • A food or dessert
      • A vacation spot
      • A movie image
      • Photo of yourself from childhood or memorable event
      • A visual of something that makes you happy
      • Stuffed animal
    • Theme Days
      • Dress accordingly (ex: Harry Potter)
      • Plaid shirts
    • Change up your zoom name
    • Pet Day. Show off your furry little friend(s) with group members

 

  1. Presenter Challenge
    • Prime the pump. Send out information before the meeting about the presentation
    • Request questions in advance to be addressed during meeting

 

  1. Storytelling
    • Everyone tells a story together starting with “Once Upon a Time”
    • Take turns asking ‘Would You Rather’ questions
    • Games like “Two Truths and a Lie” where you reveal fun facts/clues
    • Share stories about an accomplishment you had before turning 18 years old
    • Show something (on your desk or at home) that is interesting or has special meaning
    • Reflection and Takeaways. Have participants reflect on presentation or discussion

 

  1. Breakout Rooms
    • Tell each other about one recent accomplishment or failure
    • Discuss a trending topic in the news
    • Describe how you got into the business you are in

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