Leading Great Virtual Meetings

By Nancy Settle-Murphy & Dr. Richard Lent

Date of Webinar: December 10th, 2015

Attendees to this webinar are eligible to earn 1 CAE credit.

Virtual meetings pose some unique challenges (and benefits) for getting work done across time and distance. In this free webinar, we will look at the ways you can use structure to create naturally more effective and engaging virtual meetings.

Key Takeaways: 

  • Recognize (unseen) structural challenges of virtual meetings
  • Identify ways you can plan and conduct more effective meetings that keep people engaged in a virtual world.
  • And acquire some specific tools that you can put to use to improve upcoming meetings.

About the Presenters

Nancy Settle Murphy

Nancy Settle-Murphy is the author of Leading Effective Virtual Teams by CRC Press and a renowned expert in the fields of virtual collaboration, global teams, and planning and running engaging virtual meetings.

In 1994 she founded Guided Insights, where she continues to design and facilitate intense working sessions that tap into the best thinking of key contributors working across time zones, locations and cultures

Nancy's Website: www.guidedinsights.com
Nancy’s Email: nancy@guidedinsights.com

Dr. Rick LentDr. Richard Lent has spent the last 20 years identifying structures for more effective meetings and coaching leaders in their use. He facilitates meetings around the world in business, non-profit organizations and communities.

He received his Ph.D. from Syracuse University in Instructional Design, Development and Evaluation and is the author of "Leading Great Meetings: How to Structure Yours for Success".  

Rick's Website: meetingforresults.com 
Rick’s Email: rick@meetingforresults.com

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Tools for Online Meetings:

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