How To Conduct Effective Virtual Team Meetings
Webinar - Virtual Meetings Management Training Webinar
With the proliferation of technology and the
realities of a global economy, more and more organizations are favoring virtual
meetings over traditional, in-person meetings. A virtual team meeting is a
cost-effective, convenient way to bring your team together — wherever they may
be. But, just like traditional meetings, virtual meetings pose their own unique
set of challenges.
Join us for How to Conduct Effective Virtual Team Meetings and learn how to
properly plan for your meeting, techniques for keeping your team on track, and
the best way connect people in different cities and time zones.
A Look At What You will Learn:
- How to set up the meeting for success — the
tools and tips needed before every meeting
- Secrets to managing an agenda so that all
- When the meeting runs over, runs amok, and
runs differently than expected – how to get it all back on track
- Dos and don’ts of effective virtual
connections – what to use and what to dismiss
- Tools and tips to ensure all members are
interactive and not distracted
- When all are virtual — then how do you ensure
agenda items are actionable?
- Top secrets for dealing with attendees in
multiple locations and time zones
- Running the best meeting with individuals in
different cities and different time zones, with different cultures and
Webinar Time: Webinars last 60-90 minutes
Q & A Session!
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webinar participants. Many questions will be addressed in the Webinar itself.
Others will be addressed in the supporting materials that will be available
exclusively to webinar participants.
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