To adjust to the new normal, COVID-19 has challenged us to move many of our meetings to virtual platforms. With technology rapidly developing, facilitators have a unique opportunity to contribute significantly to people’s virtual experience, making meetings more inclusive, more effective and more fun! The ability to lead and facilitate virtual meetings has become a fact of life for many employees and managers today. With many organizations spread across multiple geographical locations, there is need to be able to establish rapid contact with each other and run efficient working processes with staff who are spread around the world, without surrendering quality.
Most organizations have invested heavily in cost-effective virtual meeting systems. The question is, are we maximizing these resources?
The AWARD Training has designed a unique learning program that seeks to enable users to optimize their use of virtual meeting platforms. Register for our ‘Online Facilitation Skills Course: Leading Virtual Teams Productively’ where we shall address how to adjust to the new normal effectively during COVID-19 and beyond; how to design and deliver interactive and engaging online events; and how to support people in knowledge and experience sharing whilst paying attention to issues of diversity, inclusion and power.
The training course will be held virtually from November 16 – December 1, 2020, offered over four sessions, each lasting for two hours.
The slots are only limited to 20 participants both male and female to ensure high levels of interaction and personal attention.
Do not miss out on our insightful online learning experience as participants will receive a practical and hands-on-learning!
Registration Fee: $800 per person.
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