This webinar reviews proven communication theory related to learner preferences and interactive style and provides participants with the tools and applications necessary to succeed in hosting virtual meetings and training events. Further, the content includes rules of etiquette for contributing to successful online meetings across all cultures.
- An overview of cognitive psychology in education, specifically related to the VARK Learning Preferences model and The Power of Understanding People Interactive Style model and how this relates to virtual events.
- An examination of the role of formal and informal communication in organizational effectiveness and how they are impacted by virtual environments.
- A discussion and examples of various tools and practices that effectively engage participants in a virtual meeting and training experience.
- Checklists for preparing both the host and the participants to ensure a successful virtual experience.
- Assessments for both interactive style and learning preference to help participants understand both their own orientations and provide context for how others experience virtual events.
This class will be held online using Zoom. The Zoom Meeting ID and link will be included in your registration confirmation email.