TESTIMONIALS - Virtual Training ComPAny Reviews
What happens after you become a virtual training hero?
You make small changes, but you're infinitely more effective.
You know when to mute yourself, for example. It gives participants time to think and you give yourself time to respond relevantly. That’s how you spark game-changing discussions, because you want participants to come away ready to try new ideas—and, more importantly, to not make mistakes. See a collection of virtual training company reviews below for Kassy LaBorie’s training services.
You leave awkward silence behind.
There’s nothing worse than a group that won’t talk. It kills the energy in the room. Then, no one learns. Interactions make virtual training feel like the in-person classroom.
Your learners will start asking questions, sharing their experiences, collaborating with each other, guiding the conversation, and learning how to improve. No one will feel too nervous or embarrassed to jump into learning. Instead, they’ll return to their jobs excited to implement new tactics and you’ll maintain your learning culture.
After 20 years, it is proven that my approach gets results. You’ll leave any of my sessions with immediately actionable tips.
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Being a virtual trainer myself, I visit practically every session on this topic, as I'm eager to keep up with new technologies, methods, and innovations in learning.
Dear Kassy LaBorie, you're doing really A LOT for the industry. At the session, you've shown in detail how to make virtual training engaging (yes, it takes an effort!) with games, group activities, ice breakers, exercises in Zoom, MS Teams, WebEx and other popular online services. Of course, it's not that easy and may take weeks to design, but happy, inspired and engaged trainees say it all!
I'm sure that Kassy LaBorie's "Interact and Engage" book (I've already read 😀) with 75+ activities for virtual training, meetings, and webinars is a must-have for every instructional designer or a trainer today. I completely agree with the idea that "virtual training is equal to and, in some cases, better than in-person training"💪🏻"
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The Virtual Trainer’s Guide
to Becoming a Hero
Virtual trainers are heros. So are the producers and instructional designers that support them. In this eGuide, you will learn: