Virtual Meeting Mastery
Have you logged on to a virtual meeting & thought, “oh boy, this is going to be a loooong day”? We have all had that experience & it isn’t pleasant. At Jabba, we have taught thousands of professionals globally on a number of meeting or training platforms and we consistently get good feedback and closing scores. Why is this? What do some sellers and presenters do that others don’t? Are there best practices when it comes to presenting virtually? Thankfully, the answer is yes!
What Attendees Will Learn
- 10 Virtual Meeting best practices.
- The importance of non-verbal communication to keep and hold audience engagement.
- What platform tools you should use and when to keep an audience hooked.
- A review of some third party tools that you can use as a presenter to drive engagement.
- Lights, camera, action – production techniques to make you look and sound better for your audience.
- The Power Of The Voice – how to improve your speaking voice for your audience.
These are the standard learning objectives, however, the course can be customised to suit your particular needs, depending on time. The course is also highly practical and students are asked to record themselves privately on their phones and also practise in groups via breakout rooms.
How It Works
Once you have completed your purchase you will receive an email with a link to book the date, time and course material for your virtual class. You can review our payment and cancellation terms here: Terms and Conditions.
Before the delivery date:
- Scoping call to make sure all stakeholders understand the curriculum and make any customisations to the training material.
- Jabba will also insert some company specific terms and information that our trainers will use as company specific examples.
- Agreement of exercises to be done.
- Confirmation of digital meeting platform and any firewall or technical considerations.
After the class:
- Immediately after the class, an evaluation will be done via 3 short polls to determine the efficacy of the training and performance of the Jabba coach which are then sent to client stakeholders and management.
- Optional Extra – Jabba coaches can evaluate attendee recordings and give personalised feedback on pitches, presentations for continuous improvement.
90 – 120 minutes
The classes vary in length depending on how much practise each client wants inside the virtual class. Practise sessions take the form of either:
- Private practice sessions on individual attendee phones
- Group practise in a breakout rooms
- Group Whiteboard exercises
- Audiovisual clips
- Public practice where one student delivers in front of the group on a specified topic (students volunteer)
“Great session from Alistair on perfecting your virtual voice and keeping people engaged. Excellent feedback from my colleagues who attended the session on the 6 components of making your virtual voice heard – pitch – pace- fillers- pausing- volume – melody. During the session we were all practicing how breath control has an amazing impact on all these elements.”
– Christine Cooke (Head of Learning and Development at Hitachi Europe)
$2,000.00 – $3,800.00
$2,000.00 – $3,800.00