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Craft Compelling Content for Dynamic Live Online Training

Topic:
Craft Compelling Content for Dynamic Live Online Training
Date:
January 11, 2013 at 11:00 - 12:00 PM ET
Presenters:
Sheri Jeavons, President(Power Presentations, Inc. )
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Description
When creating content for live, online training, your goal is to develop curriculum that keeps learners engaged and, well… learning. Accomplishing that in an online environment requires a new approach to preparation, content development and delivery. You must consider how to creatively engage your attendees, plan for interaction and transform your slides to be more visually appealing.

Many of you have discovered that face-to-face curriculum does not transfer to a virtual environment. Bottom line: It doesn’t work. Proper content development is what drives engaging, interactive sessions, because unlike face-to-face training, virtual training should be designed with most of the engagement planned and outlined on the slides. To accomplish this, you will need more slides and graphics. This is completely different than face-to-face training and is why you cannot use the exact same slides. In a world filled with readily available distractions, everything must move quickly to keep attendees focused.

Join this webinar to hear Sheri Jeavons, founder and president of Power Presentations, Inc. discuss how to develop effective, engaging online sessions that will leave your attendees eager to attend your training sessions and learn more.

Attend this session to discover:
* How often you should plan to engage attendees
* The difference between visual and physical interaction
* The Webinars that Wow® content development format
* A step-by-step introduction process to engage attendees right away
* Tips to transform curriculum from a live event into virtual
* Ways to interact virtually with your audience
* How much content to develop for the allotted time frame
* Unique group exercise activities

Who Should Participate
Any HR Professional
What You Will Learn
You will learn:
  • How often you should plan to engage attendees
  • The Webinars that Wow® content development format
  • Unique group exercise activities
  • Techniques to transform exercises from live programs into virtual activities
  • Recommended Resources
  • Power Presentations' YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/powerpresentation Click here
  • Ask the Expert Blog: http://www.power-presentations.com/blog/ Click here
  • Sign up for free e-newsletter: http://www.power-presentations.com/newsletter/index.php Click here
  • Master Your Virtual Communications: A Webinars that Wow Training Guide: http://www.power-presentations.com/mastervirtualcommunication.php Click here
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