The Successful Virtual Classroom: 5 Keys to Success
The coronavirus has quickly changed how trainers and educators connect with students; preparing for live virtual classroom delivery has never been more important. Bridging the distance between the trainer and participants in the virtual classroom
requires a variety of facilitation techniques to keep participants engaged and ensure learning outcomes.
Join us for this LTEN webinar to learn five things you can do to become a better live virtual classroom facilitator and presenter. Participants will leave the session with practical ideas they can implement for their own virtual classroom programs,
- How to adapt in-person facilitation techniques for use in a virtual classroom setting.
- Techniques to make up for the absence of body language to keep participants engaged.
- Strategies to adjust content, images and exercises for a live virtual audience.
Transforming In-Person Training for Virtual Classes and Webinars
With current events changing how life sciences training is delivered, virtual training methods are on the rise. But no matter the medium, engagement remains a priority. For learning and development professionals, getting and keeping attention in virtual
presentations and classes can be challenging.
The good news: Learning to transform the best of in-person engagement for online presentations isn’t hard, it’s just different.
Join us for this special LTEN webinar, part of our series of programs on virtual training, as Roger Courville, CSP, author of The Virtual Presenter’s Playbook, delivers a lively session that will show you:
- 2 huge (but avoidable) mistakes nearly every presenter makes online.
- Science-based design tweaks for complex and data-heavy slides.
- A simple framework for adapting any in-person engagement for virtual classes and presentations.
- 6 tactics you can immediately to capture and keep attention.
Register today for this free, LTEN webinar. (Not an LTEN member? Join today and realize the value.)
How to Effectively Navigate Your Stress and Help Others
Thursday, April 16
12:30 p.m. ET/9:30 a.m. PT
The lines between home, work and community have been blurred and, in many cases, severed as a result of the current health crisis. It is in moments such as these that our ability to recognize and manage stress is critical for both our personal and professional well-being.
Join us for this LTEN webinar as we identify the origins and impact of stress and provide a variety of researched approaches for managing one’s stress. Participants will learn how to manage their own stress as well as provide support to those around them struggling with stress.
Business coach Patrick C. Veroneau, M.S., of Emery Leadership Group will guide you in an interactive webinar as you learn to better manage stress by:
- Exploring the biological, psychological and social aspects of the human stress response.
- Understanding how various coping strategies can either strengthen or damage long-term resilience.
- Learning the simple strategy of P.O.W.E.R. journaling to promote well-being and increase stress resistance.
- Developing a personalized stress management plan to enhance your coping and resilience.
Leveraging Games & Competition to Improve Knowledge
Not everyone understands the value of game-based learning. Nick Albert, director of sales and operations at Radius Health, does! Nick’s goal was to motivate his management and sales teams by using games and ongoing competition to keep learners actively participating and increasing knowledge. Through new technology designed for head-to-head and beat-the-boss challenges, and other fun competitions, his team was energized by new ways to earn points and compete on global leader boards for prizes and recognition, in preparation for their national sales meeting.
Join us for this LTEN webinar, sponsored by The Game Agency, as Jaime McDonald of The Game Agency and Nick Albert from Radius share the excellent results the Radius team achieved after 12 weeks of game-based learning and competition.
In this webinar, we’ll:
- Discuss the benefits of game-based training.
- Provide 5 steps to creating a gamified experience in your organization.
- Show how Radius implemented a gamified training program with points, head-to-head challenges, leader board competition and repetitive play.
- Explore how to use gamified challenges such as “Beat the Boss” and “Spin to Win” to further motivate game play and learning.
- Learn the importance of using rich analytics to understand the results of your training efforts.
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