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That’s Using Your Noggin: Brain-based Principles for Better Virtual Meetings
Wednesday, August 15, 2018

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Topic:
That’s Using Your Noggin: Brain-based Principles for Better Virtual Meetings

Date:
Wednesday, August 15, 2018

Time:
1:00 pm Eastern (12:00 pm Central, 10:00 am Pacific) - one hour

Presenter:
Cynthia Clay, President/CEO, NetSpeed Learning Solutions

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Webinar Description

If your organization is relying on web and video conferencing to run meetings, are you frustrated by the lack of participation from meeting attendees? In one recent study, 80% of virtual meeting participants reported that they often multitasked when attending an online meeting. Without solid attention to planning and facilitation, virtual meetings can waste everyone’s time and energy. Distraction and lack of focus are just two of the issues that need to be addressed.

Digital meetings don't need to be more challenging than face-to-face meetings. If you’d like to reap the potential offered by virtual meetings, then you must leverage four cognitive principles that support attention, participation, innovation, and problem solving. Change the way you design and deliver virtual meetings as you capitalize on the neuroscience that supports effective online interaction and collaboration.

Learning Objectives

By the conclusion of this 60-minute webinar, you’ll be able to:

  • Plan virtual meetings that focus on results
  • Leverage the interaction tools in your web conference platform to achieve meeting objectives
  • Reduce multitasking to gain participants’ attention and full participation
  • Bring NetSpeed Learning Solutions’ Virtual Leader program  to your organization

Who Should Attend

This webinar has been designed for:

  • Chief Learning Officers and Talent Management Directors, responsible for the quality of digital meetings organization-wide
  • Human Resources and Talent Development Directors who want to improve their digital meetings
  • Anyone interested in improving the skills of remote leaders tasked with getting results across distance