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ATD - Charlotte's Personal Meeting Room - Shared screen with speaker view
Nicole Greer
01:18:28
Low energy… LONG BIO…..
u354150
01:18:31
WIIFM
Catrina Murray
01:18:40
Speaks in monotone.
Jim Duran-Duran
01:19:32
It’s a dump of info
Jim Duran-Duran
01:25:22
Although virtual may appear to be limiting in comparison to live virtual training, it also afford opportunities of engagement that are just as impactful… I recently did a TED Meeting-in-a-box virtually with 60-120 people in 2 hour sessions that was just as impactful even though it was virtual
Jim Duran-Duran
01:25:31
*live ILT
Susan Byerly, Lifelong Learner
01:26:13
Opening = engagement, hooking them and setting the stage for the presentation
u354150
01:26:20
Provide a "hook" for attention
Jim Duran-Duran
01:26:51
Engage in a story that can help relate the topic and idea that will be the lasting theme of the presentation
Adrienne T
01:28:13
There has to be trust before they will listen to what you have to say.
Tim Somers
01:29:24
You also gain in understanding of where they are in their current level of knowledge. You leverage the expertise and experience in the room
Jim Duran-Duran
01:29:53
What I think is great is what Brett is doing consistently.. which is take a socratic method that allows for a lot of questions to help them get in their head and skillful presenters get them through a series of questions that give people much to think about long after the presentation itself
Tovaris Matthews
01:32:22
active listening
Alex Bailey (Charlotte Metro CU)
01:32:29
Being truly Invested in the material
Adrienne T
01:32:48
Listening for responses and gestures and temperature of the room
u354150
01:33:06
Also gaging your audience reaction to adjust transfer if needed
ericl
01:33:23
adaptable and flexible when you see a shift.
Jim Duran-Duran
01:33:25
allow and encourage people to respond and offer insights of their own… great presenters are often great facilitators around great conversations
Marc
01:34:46
👍🏻
Tim Somers
01:35:40
That might intimidate some
Angelene Cellucci
01:36:04
people won't feel safe to interact
Angelene Cellucci
01:36:27
icebreaker
Adrienne T
01:36:33
Talk to the person who invited you
Adrienne T
01:36:47
Ask some ice breaker questions
Tim Somers
01:36:49
I typically speak with stakeholders in the planning phase and get this sort of info
Jim Duran-Duran
01:37:28
If it’s a large group, I typically ask people to raise their hand… or respond in the chat with an answer… or in smaller groups, allow for responses to questions… but the more they can “participate” the more impactful
Cindy Trobaugh
01:37:38
add questions to registration
Angelene Cellucci
01:37:43
use a poll
Angelene Cellucci
01:39:45
best actress?
Alex Bailey (Charlotte Metro CU)
01:39:47
Razzie lol
Cindy Trobaugh
01:39:57
Director
Natalia Muller
01:39:58
Golden Globe
Marc
01:40:00
Tanya
Marc
01:40:03
tonys
ericl
01:40:06
Sag awards
Peter Lafferty
01:40:06
editing
Greg Jones
01:40:11
Music Score
Angelene Cellucci
01:40:23
that's a surprise
Alex Bailey (Charlotte Metro CU)
01:41:31
When people are walking in
Catrina Murray
01:45:46
#1 is low energy; #2 is high energy and much more interesting
Susan Byerly, Lifelong Learner
01:45:47
#2...woohoo!!!
Adrienne T
01:45:51
2
Adrienne T
01:45:59
excitement
Adrienne T
01:46:05
It's was not about you.
Adrienne T
01:46:59
value of your voice
Nicole Greer
01:47:01
People recognize your voice!
Adrienne T
01:47:53
call attention
Adrienne T
01:48:50
3 times
Alex Bailey (Charlotte Metro CU)
01:48:53
10 times
Cindy Trobaugh
01:48:54
3
Angelene Cellucci
01:48:55
5
Marc
01:48:56
3
Technical Support
01:48:56
3 times
Greg Jones
01:48:57
I try to get three reps
Catrina Murray
01:48:59
at least twice
Natalia Muller
01:49:00
As many as you feel comfortable and confident
Cathy Cloud HR Director
01:49:01
3
Susan Byerly, Lifelong Learner
01:49:02
20 times
Tim Somers
01:49:06
I think 4 times
Tim Somers
01:50:35
Agree with Natalie!
Technical Support
02:08:18
2 minutes remain!
Technical Support
02:09:16
1 minute left!
Technical Support
02:09:45
45 seconds to spare. Great job!
Keith Devoe
02:09:46
Love the catch phrase, we want to see you here in a year
Marc
02:09:53
woo woo team 4 with the win
Cathy Cloud HR Director
02:09:54
good story
Angelene Cellucci
02:10:01
great job!
Damika Marshall
02:10:06
Go team 4
Keith Devoe
02:11:07
scared
Catrina Murray
02:11:08
dejected
Tim Somers
02:11:09
Lost
Tracy Smith
02:11:09
lonely
Angelene Cellucci
02:11:11
isolated
Nadira Long
02:11:13
alone
Tovaris Matthews
02:11:13
isolated
Marc
02:11:16
sad
Laurel
02:11:16
isolated
Damika Marshall
02:11:17
isolated
Cathy Cloud HR Director
02:11:17
marginalized
Cindy Trobaugh
02:11:18
invisibl
Adrienne T
02:11:20
lonely
Peter Lafferty
02:11:31
ignored
Technical Support
02:11:33
2 minutes left!
Damika Marshall
02:12:08
Go team 3
Tracy Smith
02:12:11
mic drop!
Cathy Cloud HR Director
02:12:12
very good
Tim Somers
02:12:12
BRAVO!
Keith Devoe
02:12:12
Yay, Nicole
Angelene Cellucci
02:12:14
that's awesome!
Technical Support
02:12:19
1 minute & 30 seconds to spare. Way to go!
Peter Lafferty
02:12:27
great job
Tracy Smith
02:12:45
I know this song!
Scott Chatelain
02:12:53
top notch AV
Marc
02:12:54
oh yeah. pump it up
Nicole Greer
02:12:55
I ADORE PRINCE!
Nicole Greer
02:13:03
Miss him!!!
Technical Support
02:13:31
2 minutes left!
Alex Bailey (Charlotte Metro CU)
02:13:34
Let's go crazy everyone!
Technical Support
02:14:31
1 minute remains!
Damika Marshall
02:14:48
Go team 2
Cathy Cloud HR Director
02:14:49
excellent
Technical Support
02:14:51
50 seconds to spare. Great job!
Keith Devoe
02:14:51
Got me to smile
Natalia Muller
02:14:55
Very energetic!
Tim Somers
02:14:56
Full package!!
Angelene Cellucci
02:14:57
sweet! great job team!
Keith Devoe
02:15:55
Ahhhhh
Technical Support
02:16:04
2 minutes left!
Tracy Smith
02:16:14
i like the background Bill!
Damika Marshall
02:16:44
Go team 1
Cathy Cloud HR Director
02:16:51
very good
Technical Support
02:16:52
1 minute & 20 seconds to spare. Way to go!
Natalia Muller
02:16:52
Team 1!
Peter Lafferty
02:16:54
great
Catrina Murray
02:16:59
Great intro - horrible company name ;)
Laurel
02:17:00
Great job!
Cindy Trobaugh
02:17:00
Great job all!
Keith Devoe
02:20:23
Brett, great closing, incorporated what we just learned
Tim Somers
02:20:37
Nice session!
Natalia Muller
02:20:52
Incorporated everything described!
Bill Spreitzer
02:22:54
Thanks Brett. Well done
Angelene Cellucci
02:23:31
thanks all. very helpful session.
Keith Devoe
02:23:37
High Fidelity at its best
Technical Support
02:23:40
Want to review the main points of tonight’s presentation? Refer to this job aid: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1kB5Matp1MX0nnTWmWrK5z3jGvuQG5BV7/view
Tim Somers
02:23:47
Glad it wasn't a BB gun....you'll shoot your eye out!
Tracy Smith
02:23:58
haha TIm
Keith Devoe
02:24:10
Nicely done, Brett.
Peter Lafferty
02:24:20
thank you!
Technical Support
02:24:21
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Natalia Muller
02:24:26
Thank you, great ideas!
Technical Support
02:25:39
Here’s that handout: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1kB5Matp1MX0nnTWmWrK5z3jGvuQG5BV7/view
Technical Support
02:26:00
And here’s the survey, one more time: bit.ly/ATD-CharlotteMeeting