Putting the SPARK into Your Virtual Training Sessions


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CEO, NetSpeed Learning
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  • Date and Time
    Tue, May 28, 2024 at 12PM Pacific / 3PM Eastern
  • Duration
    1 Hour
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Have you attended a few humdrum webinars or virtual training sessions that were so monotonous or uninteresting you found your attention wandering to that unfinished project on your desk? If you’re asked to facilitate or train virtually, wouldn’t you rather have learners clamoring to attend your online sessions instead?

Join Cynthia Clay as she explains and models five techniques that put the SPARK into your virtual training. From storytelling to creating a positive learning environment that motivates people to action, you’ll experience what it means to kindle interest, engagement, and enthusiasm when you facilitate online. Take away a SPARK checklist to ensure your next virtual training session is your best virtual virtual training session. 

  • Recognize how storytelling frames memorable learning points 
  • Include clear purpose and actionable techniques in each learning experience 
  • Build relationships to support engagement and participation 
  • Create a positive learning environment where people are willing to apply what they’ve learned

About Cynthia Clay

Cynthia Clay is the CEO of NetSpeed Learning. With over 30 years in training and management development and a passion for using technology in the service of learning, Ms. Clay has channeled her vision into creating NetSpeed Learning, an industry leader in the development of engaging, interactive virtual and hybrid learning programs.

She is a nationally recognized expert in the field of leadership development, collaborative online learning, virtual training delivery, and virtual instructional design. She is the author of the book, Great Webinars: Interactive Learning That Is Captivating, Informative and Fun and a sought-after speaker at industry conferences both face-to-face and virtually.

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