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.
Can't make both dates work? In the registration process, you can select which two dates work best for you.
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?
Anyone responsible for leading any kind of leadership development program
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
All workshops are live and recorded. It is best to attend live but if you miss the live workshop, you can watch the recordings and then reach out to the instructor with any follow up questions. After the conference, attendees will receive recordings and materials from the workshop.
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Please Note: We do not offer any other discounts for this training other than the member rate.
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