The Virtual Workshop Playbook: Design and Deliver Online Workshops That Work


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Director of Strategic Design, LEO Learning
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Principal Consultant, LEO Learning
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Virtual classrooms are here to stay, but there’s a huge difference between ‘watch and listen’ and engaging in learning together.  

The meaningful learning that genuinely drives new behaviours, attitudes, and skills that we used to experience in a great face to face workshop, has been hard to find. Until now. 

At the cutting edge of workshop design, we’re driving engagement from the front. We’re using strategies like co-creation, collaboration and storytelling, and using tools, apps, and virtual sharing spaces that are making a massive difference in how people learn at distance.

Join LEO Learning consultants, Andrew Joly (Director of Strategic Design), and Geoff Bloom (Principal Consultant), as they pass on their expertise in virtual workshop design and delivery in an easy-to-use, easy-to-apply session, with practical examples and takeaways.

Register now to:
●      Learn how to drive more learning power from your virtual workshops and engage with learners at the next level
●      Deploy a range of new and engaging workshop activities that work
●      Plan, run, facilitate, and produce for success
●      Explore which tools to use, including whiteboards, polling, and surveys
●      See examples of what we’re doing with some of our leading global clients
●      Challenge and share your ideas
●      Learn how virtual workshops can be more powerful than face to face

About Andrew Joly

As Director of Strategic Design, Andrew leads a large consulting faculty at the front line of digital learning and learning innovation in practice. In this role, he focuses on his personal passion: how technology-enabled learning and communications blends can genuinely transform performance and deliver a measured difference to learners, teams, and global organizations today.

About Geoff Bloom

With almost 40 years of experience, and a strong background in learning design and development, Geoff works alongside clients from all sectors to define, design, develop, deliver, and evaluate learning strategies. He is highly skilled at taking different learning models and styles to create well-balanced blends of learning and is used to working in a wide variety of organizational types and cultures, both nationally and internationally.

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