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Facilitated by Cynthia Clay, President/CEO of NetSpeed Learning Solutions
What if your ability to facilitate meetings and training sessions in the virtual arena was so strong that participants were eager to attend your events?
Virtual meeting and web training platforms such as WebEx, Adobe Connect, Microsoft Lync, and Citrix Go to Webinar are in use in most organizations. Unfortunately companies often make the common mistake of assuming that the same techniques that work in a face-to-face class or meeting will easily transfer to the virtual meeting or training space. Not so! With over 50% of organizations relying on dispersed workforces, it is imperative that managers and facilitators understand how to educate, engage, and collaborate online.
Behind every solid webinar or virtual meeting is a great design that capitalizes on the interactivity tools in the web conference platform. Join Cynthia Clay to learn how to leverage six tools (open chat, presenter notes, polling, annotation, emoticons, and shared documents) to create strong collaboration in the virtual classroom or virtual meeting. Learn how to lead a collaborative virtual team. Take away a design template for a successful virtual meeting agenda.
By the end of this one-day workshop, you will be able to:
- Use all the interaction tools in your web conference platform to build engagement in classes and meetings
- Design virtual meeting agendas and training sessions with engagement in mind
- Minimize multi-tasking during your meetings and webinars
Who Should Attend
- Facilitators and Trainers
- Human Resource and Organization Development Directors
About our Presenter: Cynthia Clay, is the CEO of NetSpeed Learning Solutions, an industry leader in the development of high quality, innovative, and successful blended and virtual learning programs. She is the author of Great Webinars: How to Create Interactive Learning that is Captivating, Informative, and Fun and the co-author of Peer Power: Transforming Workplace Relationships.
Bev Kaye Says:
“It is a pleasure for me to endorse Cynthia Clay....She knows where to go, how to access almost anything, and how to put together learning solutions that grab the attention of the learner and hold it!...Cindy's knowledge of the technology available in the social learning arena is impressive and her ability to teach others what she knows is equally so.
I'd say anyone who has a chance to ...learn from her in one of her courses will not go away untouched!”
Participants will be required to bring:
1. Their own laptop with wireless access. (Powerstrips will be available.)
Friday, September 19, 2014
9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Antioch University, 400 Corporate Pointe, Room A1000, Culver City, CA 90230
Parking is $7
ASTD-LA Members: $225
Non-members (includes ASTD-LA membership): $325
Affiliates (For members of ASTD-OC, ASTD-SD, ISPI-LA and ISPI-OC): $225
Tuition includes book Great Webinars.
Pre-registration and pre-payment is required.
Directions to Campus
Parking: The entrance to our parking structure is from Uplander or from Slauson. Enter the parking structure for 400 Corporate Pointe and please park on Levels 6 or 7 only. The entrance to the campus is from the 4th floor of the parking garage, across the courtyard and through the glass doors. You will be in A1000. When you enter the building, make a right before the elevators and you will see A1000 to your right at the end of the hall.
Please bring your parking ticket with you to Campus Services to purchase an all-day discounted parking pass for $7 (cash or check, no credit cards please). Campus Services is located on the 1st floor of the campus. When you enter the building, make a right before the elevators and follow the hallway down and around to the left. You will see our large Campus Services office suite to your right.
Metered street parking is available.
No shows will be charged in full.
Cancellation/Refund deadline is September 1.
We know trainers sometimes have trouble scheduling professional development for themselves in advance, and as such tend to register the week before the event. However, if you know you want to attend this workshop, we ask that you do so before Monday, September 1, or we risk cancellation of this event due to low enrollment.