The advantage of running webinars

10 reasons webinars have failed in the past

Technology can be cumbersome and inefficient

Delegates can become disengaged and distracted

A general lack of interaction from the participants

Participants can hide as there is no accountability

Participants often feel less enthusiastic about virtual training

Potential distractions such as emails popping up, skype calls, office noise, etc.

Facilitators can come across as less dynamic than they do in the classroom

Facilitators can find it difficult to administer effective 1:1 feedback

Lower knowledge retention than face-to-face training as participants can struggle to focus

Participants can feel less connected to the facilitator

Our five pillar solution for better webinars

Our Webinar offering

The new Working Voices webinar experience will be formulated through two component parts.

Part 1:
Audience type

Small audience

An intimate, workshop-style experience with plenty of interaction and opportunities for feedback and group discussions.

Large audience

A TED Talk style offering which will deliver a powerful message to a larger group of people. Designed for audiences of 20+, this style of webinar can be a powerful call to action that will inspire and motivate your people.

Our webinars generally run from one to two hours, which is the optimum amount of time for people to concentrate and embed knowledge in a virtual learning session. We encourage participants to log in from a quiet, private environment free of distractions.

Part 2:
Package type

Standard package

Our webinars are managed by a technical producer as standard and will be delivered from our trainer’s location via a laptop (with an advanced lighting, camera and microphone setup).  

Studio package

More suitable for keynote speech style webinars for larger audience. This package is streamed live from a studio with a producer, director and multiple cameras. If you want to make a big impact on your audience, then this is definitely the right option.
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