113 Mute: The Silent Killer
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM ET
Monday, November 7
What if your remote employees felt as connected and engaged as your in-house employees when meeting virtually? Guess what? Proximity isn’t the problem. Neither is the tech. The problem is rooted in your technique.
Instead of muting your learners while meeting online, let’s explore handing them a microphone in more ways than one. Join us as we explore ways to resuscitate your virtual classroom experience and stop the ZOOMbie apocalypse.
In this session, you will learn:
- Ways you are unintentionally silencing your learners
- How to prepare yourself for a new approach
- The art of listening
- How to adapt to your live audience
Chief Learning Architect
Erika Coleman is the founder and CEO of Virtual Crown. Her background is in corporate learning, nonprofit administration, and learning philosophy. Beginning in 2013, she set her sights on tackling the virtual learning experience. During the pandemic, she was able to test the impact of her operational philosophies through exceptional production support and through her own facilitation and design. All in all, Erika believes in operational excellence. The kind of excellence that centers on fostering human connections at the intersection of story building and relevant technology, thus creating impactful learning experiences.