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1 How do you, as a faculty member, want to be perceived by students? Welcome! As we wait to get started…

2 wwwTurpinCommunication.com ©2015, The Orderly Conversation® Presenting & Training in a Virtual Environment Transferring your face-to-face skills to the online world January 5, 2015 Greg Owen-Boger Dana Peters (Host)

3 ©2008 Business Presentations Redefine © Turpin Communication 2014 Greg Owen-Boger Vice President Turpin Communication

4 ©2008 Business Presentations Redefine © Turpin Communication 2014 Dana Peters Director of Sales Turpin Communication

5 What Have We Been Asked to Do? Help you take your virtual facilitation skills to the next level Help identify & document FFI Faculty standards HOW? Provide training & coaching, tailored to each of you

6 Overall Course Session 1: Best Practices Webinar Session 2: Apply to Your Situation Session 3: Practice Time Session 4: Tie Up Loose Ends

7 Today’s Agenda Setting Standards The Engaged Virtual Facilitator Encouraging Participation While Controlling the “Room” What Does This Mean for FFI? Keeping Things Focused and Interesting Needs Assessment & Phone Calls ? ?

8 How this session compares to YOUR capstone sessions Similar Virtual Video-based Presenter/Host Quality learning experience Well-structured & prepared Different Yours are less didactic More interactive & facilitative Fewer slides

9 Today’s Agenda Setting Standards The Engaged Virtual Facilitator Encouraging Participation While Controlling the “Room” What Does This Mean for FFI? Keeping Things Focused and Interesting Needs Assessment & Phone Calls

10 How do you, as a faculty member, want to be perceived by students?

11 I’m there for them Knowledgeable No question goes unanswered Their “go-to” person Motivating, motivator Grounded Informed The webinar is a better option than a presentational format Thought Leader Good looking, Smart, Rich Engaging Showing my passion Helping each other in a collaborative way Respectful

12 Guiding Principle Successful Learning Events Succeed on Two Levels Meet Learning Objectives Create a learner-centric plan Deliver material so that it is clear Manage the Process Create the conditions for fruitful learning Make participating easy Create thinking opportunities Manage the give & take Reinforce what was previously learned

13 Goals for Faculty (page 1 of 3) Model effective consultant behaviors Bring your rich experience to the learning environment Facilitate learning using best practices of webinar planning & execution Create structure, and facilitate within what you’ve planned Engage learners throughout the session Create the conditions for fruitful learning & sharing Encourage participation among learners while controlling the learning points and managing the process

14 Goals for Faculty (page 2 of 3) Deliver against the learning objectives Make connections among all of the learning opportunities

15 Goals for Faculty (page 2 of 3) Deliver against the learning objectives Make connections among all of the learning opportunities eLearning courses Assigned readings Assigned projects Online forums

16 Goals for Faculty (page 3 of 3) Use online tools to enhance learning and the online experience Participate in online forums as a necessary and productive part of the overall learning experience Work with video effectively Work with (and lean on) the session host Use interaction tools

17 Updating Faculty Expectations Based on existing documentation Best practices from this training Your input

18 Today’s Agenda Setting Standards The Engaged Virtual Facilitator Encouraging Participation While Controlling the “Room” What Does This Mean for FFI? Keeping Things Focused and Interesting Needs Assessment & Phone Calls

19 When We Are Engaged Focus outward Are here, now (in the moment) See faces and respond Are self-aware & in control Connect with individuals Feel comfortable Know instinctively what to do/say, as in everyday conversation Talk with, not at Able to think on our feet

20 Pausing & Thinking Eye Contact to Connect and Observe Primary Engagement Skills ? Listening

21 Pausing & Thinking Eye Contact to Connect and Observe Webinar Considerations ? More Planning is Required Listening

22 Engaging the Camera Connect with Learners Focus on how you’re being perceived, not how it feels Look into camera Keep it friendly Keep your face bright Expect a delay Don’t yell Remain engaged the entire time, especially when you’re listening

23 Technical Considerations Camera Camera placement Lighting Sound quality

24 Camera Upgrade

25 Camera Placement High-definition camera Eyes are in the upper 3rd Camera is at eye level The Good

26 Camera Placement High-definition camera, but… Head is too low in the shot Standard definition camera (in laptop) Looking up at me The Bad The Ugly

27 No Special Consideration for Light Even Uglier!

28 3-Point Lighting (in theory)

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30 Key Light Only

31 3-Point Lighting (in theory) Fill Light Only

32 3-Point Lighting (in theory) Back Light Only

33 3-Point Lighting (in theory)

34 3-Point Lighting (in reality)

35 3-Point Lighting (makeshift)

36 No Special Consideration for Light Even Uglier!

37 Phones Background noise is much more distracting than live Presenter must be in a quiet place Speaker phones usually not good Headphones are suggested Dialing in on a landline is recommended for Faculty

38 Muting Participant Phones Pros Less background noise You maintain more control Cons It’s easier for them to hide Lower likelihood of their participation Lean on your host

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40 engaged distracted

41 engaged distracted

42 Today’s Agenda Setting Standards The Engaged Virtual Facilitator Encouraging Participation While Controlling the “Room” What Does This Mean for FFI? Keeping Things Focused and Interesting Needs Assessment & Phone Calls

43 Presentations Training Sessions Facilitated Discussions Meetings Conference Calls Performance Reviews 1-1 Conversations Any outcome-oriented communication event that is prepared, well-organized AND takes place in a responsive, conversational way.

44 The Orderly Conversation

45 The Orderly Conversation Process

46 Working Virtually Virtual facilitation takes more of this So you can do more of this What are your thoughts?

47 Guiding Principle Successful Learning Events Succeed on Two Levels Meet Learning Objectives Create a learner-centric plan Deliver material so that it is clear Manage the Process Create the conditions for fruitful learning Make participating easy Create thinking opportunities Manage the give & take Reinforce what was previously learned

48 Frame the Learning Conversation Direction Purpose Context Reason to Participate Introduction Learning Conclusion Summarize Pull Everything Together

49 Elements of a Strong Frame Current Situation What do they know so far, or where are they in the learning process? Learning Goals List the learning outcomes Your Expectations of Them Agenda What topics will you address? Introduction Learning Conclusion Direction Purpose Context Reason to Participate

50 Elements of a Strong Frame Current Situation Final Capstone Webinar for GEN 102 Learning Goals Gain a greater understanding of genograms and yourself as a family enterprise professional Apply this new knowledge to a case study Your Expectations of Them Join in the conversation, participate fully Respect others’ views Phones open Video cameras on Agenda 1.Welcome & introductions 2.Working with genograms 3.Present your own genogram (with group discussion) 4.Work through JMH Manufacturing – 4 years later case study Introduction Learning Conclusion Direction Purpose Context Reason to Participate

51 Framing Strategy Worksheet Available at

52 More Ways to Keep Things Focused & Interesting Use internal agendas Bring slides into the conversation Connect dots from eLearning Use pre-planned questions

53 Internal Agendas Where we’ve been Where we are Where we’re going

54 Bring Slides into the Conversation Helps you keep things orderly (which learners appreciate) Reminds you to make connections (which aids in learning) Makes questions and thought starters easier Agenda 1 Agenda 2 Agenda 3

55 Connect Dots from eLearning GEN 201 Here’s the Consulting Process graphic you were introduced to in the eLearning courses. So far, you’ve focused on the first 5 phases… Today we’re going to focus on the last four: Implementation Follow-up Exit Re-entry Before we do that though…

56 Examples… Think about these 5 phases. Which phase in your own practice is the most challenging for you and why? Draw an x or make a mark – explain why in chat.

57 Connect Dots from eLearning Participate in discussion board Answer questions Probe Offer alternative ways of looking at issues Question assumptions

58 Connect Dots from eLearning Examples… Assume the discussion board was used to identify “First Contact” as the area of greatest interest to the students. Pulling this image into the conversation will help you set up a discussion about it.

59 Preplanned Questions Examples: What are your observations from the Cousins Consortium Case? How does the process covered in this entire course compare to the process you follow today?

60 Close the Learning Conversation Introduction Learning Conclusion Summarize Pull Everything Together

61 Break Time?

62 Today’s Agenda Setting Standards The Engaged Virtual Facilitator Encouraging Participation While Controlling the “Room” What Does This Mean for FFI? Keeping Things Focused and Interesting Needs Assessment & Phone Calls

63 Skills Managing the Orderly Conversation

64 Managing Basic Q&A ListenClean it upAnswerMove on optional repeat rephrase name issue It can fall apart at any step. Bring focus back to yourself & take control

65 Skills Facilitating Learning is an Active Process

66 Two Types of Focus To Individuals Appear open Listen Understand them Don’t interrupt Respect individual needs To Group Keep everyone in mind Keep them on track Make it relevant Meet your goals Keep it fruitfu l

67 You Need to Plan and Be Deliberate

68 Virtual Presentations Require More Encouragement for Participation (and again… More Planning)

69 Greet people & make them feel welcome

70 Address questions, comments and concerns as they bubble up

71 Ask open-ended questions Who What Where Why How Probe, discuss, dig deeper for good of the group

72 Use Names What do you think, Mark? Lee, what are your thoughts? Sarah, do you have anything to add? Maria just chatted that she thinks …

73 Set expectations Virtual Presentations Require More Encouragement for Participation

74 Set expectations Check in with them throughout Virtual Presentations Require More Encouragement for Participation

75 Be OK with silence Set expectations Check in with them throughout Virtual Presentations Require More Encouragement for Participation

76 Be OK with silence Keep their needs in mind Set expectations Check in with them throughout Virtual Presentations Require More Encouragement for Participation

77 Webinar Tools that help Encourage Participation Chat Hand raising Word doc or blank PPT slide as a flip chart or whiteboard Annotation tools Share documents Video

78 Encourage participation for good of the group Keep their needs in mind Think of questions as opportunities Listen fearlessly Be patient, flexible, go where they lead and let them have their say Probe, discuss, dig deeper for good of the group Ask open-ended questions Discuss emotions so that individuals feel heard Use B-key Move to less controlling position Techniques to Take Back Control skills Take control back for good of the group Keep the goal in mind Stick to the agenda Keep explanations short Ask closed questions Use parking lot Don’t be afraid to step in

79 Encourage participation for good of the group Keep their needs in mind Think of questions as opportunities Listen fearlessly Be patient, flexible, go where they lead and let them have their say Probe, discuss, dig deeper for good of the group Ask open-ended questions Discuss emotions so that individuals feel heard Use B-key Move to less controlling position Webinar Tools that help Control the “Room” skills Chat Hand raising Word doc or blank PPT slide as a flip chart or whiteboard Annotation tools Share documents Video

80 Webinar Tools (Your Spinning Plates)

81 Lean on Your Host Their role: 2 nd pair of eyes and hands Manage technology Handle problems Monitor chat & hand raising You can’t do it all

82 Lean on Your Host You can’t do it all Work as a Team Their role: 2 nd pair of eyes and hands Manage technology Handle problems Monitor chat & hand raising

83 Today’s Agenda Setting Standards The Engaged Virtual Facilitator Encouraging Participation While Controlling the “Room” What Does This Mean for FFI? Deeping Things Focused and Interesting Needs Assessment & Phone Calls

84 What Does This Mean for YOU? Get clear on the learning objectives Participate in online discussions Be sure to frame your capstone webinars (don’t assume) Use slides to trigger your thoughts and to bring order to the session Build in discussion questions Bring content from eLearning courses into the discussion

85 Wrapping Up Successful Learning Events Succeed on Two Levels Meet Learning Objectives Create a learner-centric plan Deliver material so that it is clear Manage the Process Create the conditions for fruitful learning Make participating easy Create thinking opportunities Manage the give & take Reinforce what was previously learned

86 Assignment Review eLearning courses if you need a reminder Develop some framing slides (use handout) Develop content slides –Pull from eLearning –Create from scratch –Craft discussion questions

87 Next Week’s Plan Meet in small groups Workshop your materials Practice Work with interaction tools and video

88 Next Week’s Schedule (Eastern Time) Monday 1/12Tuesday 1/13Wednesday 1/14 11:00am – 1:00pm GEN 201 Kim, Cary, Carmen 11:00am – 1:00pm GEN 202 Kirby, Paul 11:00am – 1:00pm GEN 102 Deb, Guillermo, Michael 2:00 – 400pm GEN 502 Dennis, Juliette, Jennifer 2:00 – 400pm GEN 501 Anthony, Carlo

89 Today’s Agenda Setting Standards The Engaged Virtual Facilitator Encouraging Participation While Controlling the “Room” What Does This Mean for FFI? Keeping Things Focused and Interesting Needs Assessment & Phone Calls ? ?


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