This is the third workshop in the series of my VIRTUAL FACILITATION SKILLS trainings. To check out the recordings of previous topics click here:
WHY SHOULD YOU WATCH THIS MASTERCLASS?
I used to strongly believe that technology is a barrier to connection.
In the world we are living today we don’t have a choice anymore. We have to find ways to leverage technology to recreate these magical moments.
After using Zoom to run and participate in mastermind and coaching groups for the last 3 years I have experimented with a lot of different ideas that facilitate deep connections for my attendees.
And one thing I have learned is that the order of activities and content plays a huge role in how ENGAGED participants are, how much INFORMATION they will RETAIN and also how little ZOOM FATIGUE they will experience by the end of it.
WHAT YOU'LL LEARN
✅ How to PREPARE before the event so you can be present and serve your attendees
✅ Why it’s crucial to start with CONNECTION and not CONTENT
✅ How to start your virtual event to make it INCLUSIVE for extroverts and introverts
✅ How to build RAPPORT and connections in the first 15 minutes of your event
✅ The structure to increase RETENTION for any exercise or activity you want to run
✅ You’ll experience a selection of ENGAGING ACTIVITIES that you can use at your next remote team meeting, online event or virtual experience.
Plus the attendees asked amazing questions in the Q&A at the end, which is also part of the recording.
WHAT IS INCLUDED
1.5-hour recording of the live masterclass workshop that you can watch on your own time on any device
You’ll get a download of all the presentation slides as a PDF
Event Flow Template
You’ll receive a breakdown of one of my events, plus a template you can customize and make your own
Every little strategy that Jan teaches, I can go and apply immediately. I attend a lot of trainings and often it is just people lecturing you, modeling the way I don't want to teach, but you break everything down in little bite-sized chunks that help build community.MichelleArts Educator
I was afraid I couldn't recreate the activities I've learned in the workshop, but Jan made me realize that there are so many different ways to engage my attendees. This helped me become more confident in hosting my own events.OdileCommunity and Event Organizer
I attended one of Jan's online workshops recently and it was really incredible. Not only did I learn a lot of new online tools I am excited to test and practice myself, but it also was a great example of how those magical connections that we experience during in-person workshops can translate to the virtual world. As a self-proclaimed introvert, Jan's perspective on groups and online gatherings was really valuable. I highly recommend Jan's online workshops and hope to attend more myself! Danke!RomyExperiential Learning Trainer