The COVID crisis has left many nonprofits and associations scrambling to transition from in-person to online programming. We are here to help! We are teaching “how to teach online” courses in several forms. If you are ready to think about your larger learning strategy in which your online learning happens, we have a course and consulting services on building an effective learning strategy to support you.

Online Leading and Learning: How to engage people in the virtual space

Presenters: Nancy Bacon & JoAnn Crabtree

Participants use Zoom tools to share back which tools for engagement success we used during the session.

Do you find yourself leading meetings or trainings online? Are you wondering how to make the most of Zoom tools and engage people in the lesson or conversation? Online Leading and Learning is designed to give you the knowledge and tools you need to deliver online events that are productive and engaging.

During this two-hour interactive session, you will learn how to lead an online meeting that engages people using Zoom (or any online platform) and train people in an interactive way. We will cover the what, who, and how of online engagement including:

  • Technology tools using Zoom (Other platforms have similar tools.)
  • Adult learning basics
  • Meeting/training design
  • Presentation elements
  • Production logistics
  • Tips and tricks for when technology doesn’t cooperate
  • Communications to support engagement

Build a Learning Strategy to Expand Reach, Revenue, and Impact

Presenter: Nancy Bacon

We look at the whole learning ecosystem that supports your session. You complete the session with a clear understanding of the business model driving your learning strategy.

Your association is building the capacity of organizations, advancing advocacy, and expanding connections between organizations and other sectors. What is the role of your learning program to deliver impact across all of your programs? How do you prioritize what you teach, how, and where? What is your learning program’s business plan? How do you communicate all of this to funders? This course is designed to support you—in the company of peers—to develop a learning strategy that expands your state association’s reach, revenue, and impact.

We will cover the core elements of a learning strategy:

  • Learning mission, vision, and philosophy as the foundation of your program
  • Key audiences
  • Current program and financial picture of your learning program
  • Future program and financial priorities
  • Pricing models
  • Key policies to support success

Contact us to find out how we can customize a learning program to your needs.

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