Virtual E-Volution: Transform the Way You Educate
Tips to Conduct Webinars that Wow®
In this ever-changing education landscape, your learners crave easily accessible information in shorter segments. While this alone seems daunting, you also have to make your live online training interesting and engaging to help learners retain what you’ve taught.
During this session you’ll learn tips to leave dull, live online training in the dust and embrace your technology. We will demonstrate best practices, provide participants with hands-on practice, and select volunteers to receive personalized coaching on their virtual communication skills.
Whether you’re new to live online training or just want to take your existing sessions to the next level, you’ll leave this interactive session with techniques you can immediately implement no matter what virtual platform you use.
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Who Should Attend
Any learning professional that wants or needs to conduct online training sessions. This program is geared toward those educators that are ready to go beyond the basics.
Sheri Jeavons is a highly regarded communications consultant, dynamic speaker and entrepreneur. Since founding Power Presentations, Inc. in 1993, she has developed communication skills training programs and products for high-profile standing, seated and virtual communications for all levels of expertise.
Her company has successfully trained more than 20,000 professionals from a variety of Fortune 500 Companies and industry leaders such as: Cisco WebEx, FedEx, McDonald’s, Marathon Petroleum, Ernst & Young, Federal Reserve Bank, GE Energy, NASA, Medtronic and Boehringer Ingelheim.
Sheri has developed the Webinars that Wow® and Web Meetings that Wow® online training curriculum to help professionals become more dynamic online communicators. She has since become a leader on the topic of virtual communications and is known as the Virtual Communications CoachSM, speaking at many industry-leading training conferences.
Check out Sheri's website, www.powerfulpresentations.com