FACILITATING MEANINGFUL LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS IN 2021: ADAPTATIONS FOR VIRTUAL & HYBRID
This training is comprised of a series of two workshops that must be attended in sequential order. This is an interactive, cohort-based program where you get to learn with the same people each time.
Can't make both dates in one cohort?
In the registration process, you can select any dates that work for you.
WHAT TECHNOLOGY OR OTHER THINGS DO I NEED TO PARTICIPATE?
Laptop or desktop absolutely no tablets
Camera on your laptop or desktop - the trainer and other participants need to be able to see you
Audio on your laptop or desktop
Ability to login at least 5-10 minutes in advance of the workshop start time for audio check
Participants in the training must be in a private room, office or area with no background noise that could impact your ability to speak and be heard in a breakout room
Participants are asked to do 1 assignment that each take about 10 minutes. Instructions will be provided upon registration.
Adjusting leadership development programs to a virtual or hybrid model requires thoughtful planning and brainstorming. In part, leadership development programs are created with the purpose of building relationships among community leaders, so transitioning this format to a virtual or hybrid model is challenging. Your participants still expect a great experience and an opportunity to build new skills and create relationships. This workshop will explain and demonstrate how you can forge meaningful relationships in a virtual or hybrid leadership development program. We will discuss how to structure your virtual content so that participants can build necessary leadership skills. Opportunities to practice and connect with others who manage leadership or cohort based programs.
Who Should Attend?
Professionals responsible for managing or staffing a leadership development program in 2021
What The Training Will Cover
Understand how to design virtual programs for maximum interaction and engagement
Analyze limitations of virtual or hybrid models and how to mitigate issues with technology
Review ways to encourage collaboration even from a distance
Using a template, create, edit or update existing programming to improve for the virtual or hybrid setting
Looking to register 3+ people? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to receive $5 off per registration!
Please Note: We do not offer any other discounts for this training other than the member rate.
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The Adult Learner
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Visual Meetings: How Graphics, Sticky Notes and Idea Mapping Can Transform Group Productivity
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Tips & tools: The Art of Experiential Group Facilitation
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Thinkertoys: A Handbook of Creative-Thinking Techniques
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