When we teach about the art of online hosting in webinars a common question people ask is: “How do I keep the conversation going in an environment where I can’t even see my trainees?”
The question is well grounded because webinar technology clearly prevents the richer monitoring of signs of interest (or lack of interest) that goes on when we speak face-to-face. Additionally people in our culture are becoming increasingly clueless about the art of making conversations with strangers… So in order of being helpful to the participants of my online sessions, I have researched and created a checklist that provides some pointers and ideas to those who might struggle at times with this very basic skill of hosting.
I hope the checklist it’s useful to you!
Adriano understands how to increase your returns on leadership. He works with professionals in world-class organizations that include Philip Morris, Microsoft, the World Bank, Johns Hopkins University, the US Marine Corps, the State Department and NASA. A skilled experiential educator with corporate leadership experience, he is the Founder & Principal Consultant of ParticipAction Consulting, Inc., a firm committed to help clients redefine change, collaboration and power in their organizations. He co-authored "Teachable Moments of Leadership" with Jill Hufnagel in 2016, on a learning methodology that gets results by going from PowerPoint to …powerful!