Bring Your Mojo to the Virtual Classroom


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President & CEO, NetSpeed Learning Solutions
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What if the face-to-face classroom was no longer a training delivery option? Imagine bringing your facilitation and training expertise to the virtual classroom with such high levels of interactive, collaborative engagement that your learners clamored to participate. As organizations pivoted to the virtual learning space this past year, training programs were rapidly repurposed for virtual delivery. However, many people hoped that things would get back to normal soon. Now it’s clear that virtual instructor-led training is here to stay. And it’s our job to make sure that engagement, collaborative learning, long-term retention, and performance improvement are the result.

Bring your mojo to the challenge of captivating your learners and make multitasking impossible. Join Cynthia Clay to learn how to leverage the web conference interaction tool to create a facilitated classroom environment. See why streaming the presenter's video is critical to building virtual presence and greater rapport. Increase opportunities for your participants to interact and learn from one another. Make sure that your virtual instructor-led training motivates participation and application.
Webinar Objectives
By the end of this webinar, you will be able to:
  • Apply seven presentation and interaction tools creatively to create compelling virtual learning experiences
  • Increase participation and reduce multitasking
  • Incorporate what you learn to bring your mojo to virtual training

About Cynthia Clay

Cynthia Clay is the CEO of NetSpeed Learning and the author of Great Webinars: Interactive Learning that is Captivating, Informative, and Fun. Her company helps people increase their effectiveness in virtual and hybrid work environments.

She provides instructor-led virtual programs that help employees and leaders communicate effectively, resolve conflict, serve customers well, and lead effectively in the virtual workplace. She also works with clients who are transitioning from the face-to-face classroom to interactive, blended virtual learning. Cynthia is a passionate advocate of brain-based learning and works with training professionals to apply stellar practices in the virtual and hybrid classrooms.



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