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Jun
12

Presenting an Online Workshop – Tips for Engaging your Audience: Part 5 – Breakout Rooms

Presenting a workshop to an online audience is not without its challenges. Primary among these is the inability of the presenter to gauge the audience’s reaction or to use any of the non-verbal (read: eyerolls, nods, smiles, confused looks, etc.) or verbal cues (laughter at your jokes 😉 ) that are typically available when presenting in-person. […]

By Leila Wallach | Online Classes . Professional Training
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Jun
11

Presenting an Online Workshop – Tips for Engaging your Audience: Part 4 – Polls, Surveys & Quizzes

Presenting a workshop to an online audience is not without its challenges. Primary among these is the inability of the presenter to gauge the audience’s reaction or to use any of the non-verbal (read: eyerolls, nods, smiles, confused looks, etc.) or verbal cues (laughter at your jokes 😉 ) that are typically available when presenting in-person. […]

By Leila Wallach | Online Classes . Professional Training
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Jun
10

Presenting an Online Workshop – Tips for Engaging your Audience: Part 3 – Chats & Open Discussions

Presenting a workshop to an online audience is not without its challenges. Primary among these is the inability of the presenter to gauge the audience’s reaction or to use any of the non-verbal (read: eyerolls, nods, smiles, confused looks, etc.) or verbal cues (laughter at your jokes 😉 ) that are typically available when presenting in-person. […]

By Leila Wallach | Online Classes . Professional Training
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Jun
09

Presenting an Online Workshop – Tips for Engaging your Audience: Part 2 – Ice Breakers

Presenting a workshop to an online audience is not without its challenges. Primary among these is the inability of the presenter to gauge the audience’s reaction or to use any of the non-verbal (read: eyerolls, nods, smiles, confused looks, etc.) or verbal cues (laughter at your jokes 😉 ) that are typically available when presenting in-person. […]

By Leila Wallach | Online Classes . Professional Training
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Jun
08

Presenting an Online Workshop – Tips for Engaging your Audience: Part 1 – Visual Representations

Presenting a workshop to an online audience is not without its challenges. Primary among these is the inability of the presenter to gauge the audience’s reaction or to use any of the non-verbal (read: eye-rolls, nods, smiles, confused looks, etc.) or verbal cues (laughter at your jokes 😉 ) that are typically available when presenting […]

By Leila Wallach | Online Classes . Professional Training
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May
17

How to Be an A+ Note-taker During a Webinar

If you have a webinar subscription for continuing education or the current health crisis has caused your courses to move to an online format, you’ve probably noticed that remote learning has its benefits and challenges. Even though the content might be the same, the way that you’re receiving and learning this information is a bit […]

By Katie Whittington (Search Influence) | Online Classes
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May
13

Planning a Group Training for Your Organization

Planning a group training within your company may seem like a daunting task. Organizing professional development for a large number of people is uniquely challenging right now due to social distancing and stay-at-home mandates due to COVID-19. While there may be different roadblocks to overcome, group training offers the chance to provide clear expectations and […]

By Katie Whittington (Search Influence) | Online Classes
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