Designing and delivering virtual experiences is not new. Remote, distance and virtual learning have been around for many years. What has changed, however, is the entire world has gone virtual and many who were not prepared are now delivering virtual learning experiences.
Lifting and shifting ILT to VILT does NOT work. Subsequently, we have gone from Zoom Excitement to Zoom Exhaustion overnight and now all virtual learning experiences are under the microscope for scrutiny.
During this engaging and interactive synchronous session, Keith Keating, Senior Director of GP Strategies, will be sharing best practices based on research and years of practical experience from successfully designing and delivering hundreds of virtual experiences.
This session is a must for both novice and seasoned facilitators for all of the relevant and timely best practices and guiding principles needed to design and deliver successfully optimized virtual learning experiences.
For those who are not virtual facilitators – many of the best practices also apply for meeting facilitation (an important transferable skill often overlooked and undervalued)!
About the Presenter:
is a workforce futurist, design thinking practitioner, and learning & development thought leader. He is currently pursuing his doctorate in the Chief Learning Officer program at the University of Pennsylvania. Keith partners with Fortune 500 clients, helping them tap into understanding and resolving unmet customer and employee needs, with a keen passion for preparing talent for the future of work.
Here is a link to a short interview to get to know the event's speaker: