Since the pandemic, virtual meetings have replaced not only in-person meetings, but also the organic everyday interactions of a physical workplace. During in-person meetings, you can read facial expressions and body language to see if your team is engaged. In contrast, virtual interactions can be hard to interpret and can sometimes seem insincere or simply transactional.
Are you ready to move your Annual Meeting online? Virtual Annual Meetings are now permitted for most provincially and federally incorporated organizations. If you’ve never hosted a virtual AGM before, the OBA Conference Centre has a few tips to help you and your non-profit.
Although virtual events have been around for years, the pandemic has forced many more, who may have been late adopters, to embrace the technology. These events can range from small webinars to large-scale virtual conferences with hundreds of attendees.
The office holiday party may be different this year but there’s no reason that it shouldn’t be fun and engaging. As with any event, in-person or virtual, the key is planning-ahead so that the holiday party doesn’t feel like a regular video meeting. Zoom fatigue is very real. So it’s important to come up with a virtual gathering that strengthens camaraderie and boosts morale amongst colleagues.
Whether you are training a team of volunteers, onboarding a new sales manager or teaching your staff about new digital software, it’s most likely that you will have to do so virtually. While managing online training can seem like a daunting task, if done properly, it can help your organization save time and resources. In this article, we’ve compiled some tips to help ensure your next online training is successful
If you think that losing the face-to-face interaction in virtual event platforms will limit your sponsorship opportunities, think again. A virtual event is not confined to geographic restrictions, and this has the potential to extend the reach of your event.