I found this Ted Talk and want to share with the world. It is moment of truth and with so much hope. I copied the following introduction from the video.
Baratunde Thurston explores the phenomenon of white Americans calling the police on black Americans who have committed the crimes of … eating, walking or generally “living while black.” In this profound, thought-provoking and often hilarious talk, he reveals the power of language to change stories of trauma into stories of healing — while challenging us all to level up.
Mural is a web application that supports group collaboration on the web. In this time of working remotely, I think it is a great option to support virtual meetings. Here are three benefits of using Mural to support your next virtual meeting.
Planning your Next Meeting Mural is a great tool to layout your ideas – with others – on what to include and not include in a meeting. You can work together at the same time brainstorming meeting objectives, content and time. When done, you can share a link to a “read-only” version of your Mural in advance of the meeting.
Use Mural to Capture and Organize Ideas Mural is helpful to capture random ideas from a team during a meeting. Image people are posting their ideas in the shared workspace, then organizing them into themes and building an action plan.
Ready to Go – End of Meeting Product The best part of Mural for me is a beautiful, clean document to share with others. Drawings, text and images are easy to read and ready to share. The “lag time” of writing up a report is gone, and the group can move forward with the work
To learn more about Mural, visit https://mural.co and try out the free trial. I think you will really enjoy working with the software.