Many of us are scrambling to change how we interact with colleagues, clients and friends. Converting programs from in-person to virtual has become a necessity in today’s COVID-19 environment.
I’ve been designing and delivering online programs for years and want to share some tips and tricks for designing for virtual programs. See below for quick reference on designing online delivery.
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I’m happy to have a brainstorming conversation with you to support you as you rethink how you interact with colleagues, customers and participants.
- Coaching Role-Plays in Virtual Classroom
- Training and Accreditation Standards
- Curriculum Design for Onboarding, which includes designing virtual and online modules
Here is some information on some of the services I provide.
- Designing training courses that focus on changing performance and aligning with your business needs.
- Facilitating development programs that engage employees by going beyond theory and incorporate application and practice.
- Coaching individual leaders and their teams.
Consider taking this course to redesign an in-person training program for online delivery:
Check out the other services I provide to clients to help them improve employee performance.
These are the sources I reference in the quick reference. I’ve included them in case you have difficulty downloading the attachment.
- Virtual Training Basics by Cindy Huggett © ASTD Press (2010). This is a bit dated but has some great, practical information to get you started.
- My colleague, Kerry O’Brien, has some great posts on setting up Webinars for Learner Engagement.
- Another colleague, Marie Antaya, and her company also provide some great insights into designing and delivering virtual programs.
- The Adult Learner: A Neglected Species 4th Edition by Malcolm S. Knowles © Gulf Pub Co. (1990).