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Interact and Engage! Secrets of Virtual Training Heroes

Feb 07, 2023
Virtual Classroom
A virtual training hero is a learning and development professional who seemingly possesses superpowers—abilities beyond what’s expected—easily engaging an online audience! They use their powers to make virtual learning more effective, protecting learners and their experiences from common nemeses like fear, technical problems, and organizational disbelief. Virtual training heroes come from all over. Some derive their status using advanced technology, while others practice skillful virtual design and facilitation techniques. Let's reveal the secrets to becoming exceptionally skilled and successful virtual learning professionals (in other words, heroes). And you know what? It you don’t even need superhuman powers!
  • Bring your own device. ATD will not provide devices for attendees to use during this interactive session.
  • Download Software: Zoom Desktop Client for Meetings
  • This is a free software that is best used on PCs - Laptop is BEST. The Mobile Zoom app will be limited, and are not advised. This software can be used in any web browser; Chrome, Edge, Firefox, etc.
  • We recommend that you download and install this software on your device prior to the start of the session. A day before the session to get the latest updates! Please have the latest updates for the most current exploration of features.
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Kassy LaBorie, Founder and Principal Consultant - Kassy LaBorie Consulting, LLC
Tom Stone, Sr. Research Analyst - Institute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp)

Application on the Job 1

Experience virtual training activities you can adapt for immediate use in your virtual training programs.

Application on the Job 2

Identify and practice using a never fail debrief strategy to reflect on, validate, and encourage learning.

Application on the Job 3

Determine the best ways to defeat the virtual training villains of fear, technical problems, and organizational disbelief.

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