Be More Effective in your Virtual Interactions
Virtual isn't the same as being face-to-face so why do we keep approaching it that way? There are a couple of easy answers to this question: one: we go with what we know, face-to-face is our comfort zone; two: no one told you that virtual is different and, more importantly, you weren't taught how to approach it differently to be successful.
Trust is often the most important factor in any relationship, but this is especially true for a virtual relationship. However, building trust virtually can be a difficult undertaking. With a better understanding of the virtual dynamic and some practical advice about how to bridge the gap you can build trust, be an effective communicator and participate (and lead) more effective meetings. This session will help you see the benefits of adjusting your thinking around virtual interactions and provide you with practical, actionable tools to help you become more effective in your virtual interactions.
You will learn how to:
Who should attend:
- Share your ideas more effectively with written communication (email or presentation).
- Build trust in a virtual relationship to make it more productive.
- Understand the root causes of issues in virtual meetings and how to plan or participate your way around them.
- Be an effective role model to support your colleagues in improving their virtual interactions.
- TD practitioners
- TD consultants
- TD managers
- Learning technologists
- Instructional designers
- Learning program managers.