7 Worst Mistakes in Virtual Learning and What to Try Instead


President and CEO, The Bob Pike Group
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If you think finding a needle in a haystack is difficult, try finding an e-learning program that holds people’s attention and affects behavior change. Now there’s a challenge! We know too much lecture is a no-no, yet most live-online learning programs are lecture heavy and interactive-light.

Join Becky to explore the 7 worst mistakes that make virtual learning drag, and what to try instead. You’ll experience easy fixes you can apply to your own content—tips to make your job easier and training better. Your participants thank you in advance!

In this webinar, you will:
  • Recognize challenges with virtual learning
  • Identify design elements that “up” engagement
  • Discuss how to make webinars participant-centered
  • Select effective opening and closing activities

About Becky Pike Pluth

Becky Pike Pluth is not your typical speaker. Over the past 18 years, Becky has designed and delivered more than 5,000 interactive webinars on a variety of topics including sales, customer service, train-the-trainer, performance consulting, and virtual presentation skills. Her in-person sessions at Training Magazine and Association for Talent Development conferences have drawn standing-room-only audiences for the last fourteen years. She regularly has more than 2,000 registrants for her free webinars for The Bob Pike Group and Training Magazine Network.

With more than 24 years of experience in training delivery and design and business operations, she has been the owner of The Bob Pike Group for the past eight years. She also is the author of Creative Training: A Train-the-Trainer Field Guide, 101 Movie Clips that Teach and Train and nine other influential books and resources.

In designing these interactive webinar tools, Becky has utilized sustainable change and adult learning principles. These methods are practical, repeatable, and highly effective. A trained educator, Becky expanded into corporate training after completing her master’s degree in teaching and learning. She also is a Certified Speaking Professional through the National Speakers Association

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