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As many businesses adopt a flexible work model, hybrid meetings have become an essential communication tool to link those who can now work from anywhere. In this webinar, learn how to make the most of hybrid meetings and to ensure equity for both in-office and remote team members.

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Matt Abrahams
Lecturer, Stanford Graduate School of Business
Matt Abrahams is an educator and coach who has published research articles on cognitive planning, persuasion, and interpersonal communication. He is the author of Speaking Up Without Freaking Out and the host of the Stanford GSB podcast Think Fast, Talk Smart. He received an MA in communication from UC Davis.


Karin Reed
Karin M. Reed is an Emmy award-winning journalist and CEO of Speaker Dynamics, a corporate communications training firm, featured in Forbes. While speaking through a webcam might be relatively new to much of the world, Karin has been teaching business professionals how to be effective on-camera communicators for nearly a decade. A three-time author, she has been quoted as a thought leader by various prestigious publications, including Inc. Magazine, Fast Company and Business Insider and was named an “Author Who Inspires Us” by McKinsey and Company. Her first book, On-Camera Coach: Tools and Techniques for Business Professionals in a Video-Driven World, (WILEY 2017) was a #1 Hot New Release in Business Communications on Amazon. Her award-winning second book, Suddenly Virtual: Making Remote Meetings Work, written with meeting scientist, Dr. Joseph Allen, was adopted into the curriculum of the Graduate School of Business at Stanford. She and Dr. Allen collaborated again for her third book, Suddenly Hybrid: Managing the Modern Meeting, which hit #1 in Business Communications upon its release in February 2022.

For questions regarding registration for the webinar, please email: [email protected]. Thank you!

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