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Making Hybrid Meetings Matter

EVT 644
Jun 9
12:00—1:00 pm (PT)
Zoom online
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The session will be recorded and a video link will be shared following the event.
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Globalization and advances in technology have changed the way employees, managers, and executives communicate with their employees, customers, prospects, and investors. With the majority of knowledge-based businesses adopting a flexible work model, hybrid meetings have become an essential communication tool to link those who can now work from anywhere.

Prior to COVID 19, hybrid meetings were relatively rare and consisted of the majority of attendees being in person with perhaps someone “dialing in” (and often forgot about). The new hybrid meeting will often look something like this - a group of people gathered in one conference room, maybe another group of people gathered in a huddle room somewhere else, and a variety of folks showing up in their own individual boxes on screen via their personal webcams.

For meeting leaders, managing the expectations, participation, and conversation flow for all of these different constituencies will be fraught with challenges and opportunities. For meeting attendees, especially those joining remotely, figuring out how to exude “presence” in the room will be essential for success.

This new frontier of strategic communication requires an intentional approach. This webinar is about understanding the necessary steps required to make the most of hybrid meetings.

Matt Abrahams
Lecturer, Stanford Graduate School of Business; Co-Founder and Principal, BoldEcho Communication Solutions

Karin Reed
Emmy award-winning journalist and CEO of Speaker Dynamics, a corporate communications training firm, featured in Forbes.
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