This event is full. If you'd like to be on the wait-list or would be interested in a future offering on the topic, please email firstname.lastname@example.orgGo from in-person presentations and panels to dynamic webinars and online sessions ... that keep your audience engaged.Moving your presentations online? Delivering content to a remote crowd? Want to make sure your audience is engaged? Hoping to replicate the networking and interpersonal connections that would happen in-person? Trying to keep sponsors involved in your online events?Geared for conference organizers, event planners, and speakers, this online workshop provides practical tips and hands-on experience, especially when moving a presentation to the web.
This live, online workshop is focused on:
Note that this is an active online workshop that will simulate a virtual presentation or conference breakout session; it's not a passive lecture or PowerPoint so expect to participate. Registration is limited.
Tech requirements for the online workshop
This online workshop will use Zoom.
For a more uniform participant experience, please plan to join from a computer with a large screen rather than a phone. (More limited phone apps tend to have less functionality; while they're ok for watching video, they're less well suited to actual meetings.)
You'll need a computer with a camera and a microphone. To model effective meeting interactions and to allow for a realistic, participatory experience, attendees must join with audio and video.
Takeaways and objectives
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About your online meeting facilitator
Lee Gimpel is the founder of Better Meetings, which provides in-person and online meeting facilitation, training, and design services around Washington, DC. Formerly, as Director of Development for LifeWise Strategies, he spent a decade overseeing the training/education company’s products that helped organizations design and facilitate better programs, more authentic client connections, and dynamic classes. He’s worked with organizations such as Habitat for Humanity, United Way, and the USMC. Previously, he worked at Capital One and started his career as a software manager on the tech conference circuit. He’s written for Inc., Fast Company, and BusinessWeek and has been quoted in HuffPost, Convene, Prevue Meetings & Incentives, Tradeshow News Network, and MeetingsNet.
Frequently Asked Questions
Who should attend?
Speakers and professionals involved in the planning or execution of offline or online conference-style meetings, presentations, and webinars. This includes conference directors, conference planners, and event planners.
I won't be able to make the start time? Or I'll need to leave early.
This workshop is designed to build through a logical, step-by-step process. Please enter the workshop when it's set to start; the meeting will be set to block attendees from joining after the official start time. As a result, you may leave early, but you won't be able to reenter.
How do I join the workshop?
You'll receive an email in advance with a Zoom link/code to join the online meeting. This will NOT happen instantaneously when you register.
What are the tech requirements for this workshop?
We'll be using Zoom's online video-conferencing software. Instead of joining the workshop via your phone, please use a computer with a larger screen. Download the Zoom desktop app for the best experience.
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