About this training
Government leaders hold various types of large scale meetings — from team communications and milestones to open “town-hall” style meetings with stakeholders or the public. Learn how to run these meetings online instead of in person, with consideration for security, technology, audience engagement, and logistics.
Who it's for
Agency stakeholders who frequently run large in-house meetings (50 - 300+ people)
Communications teams who need to interact with external stakeholders and general public
What you learn
Tools to help you setup and run events securely online
How to effectively schedule, plan transitions and rehearse roles
Best practices for events with multiple speakers / presentations
Techniques for running breakout sessions and concurrent tracks
Managing when and how to record meetings and transcripts
Best practices for invitees, attendee security, and meeting moderation
Four 90-minute virtual sessions, over a 4-week period
Includes hands-on exercises to practice concepts and techniques
Interactive training, including role playing
$20,000 for up to 20 participants
John O’Duinn is the author of "Distributed Teams - The Art and Practice of Working Together While Physically Apart." He is a senior technologist, entrepreneur, and frequent international speaker on the benefits and strategies for remote work. John served in the U.S. Digital Service in the Obama White House and has provided workshops and mentorship to distributed teams around the world. He co-created the State of Vermont policy encouraging remote work to promote economic growth, and is now supporting the development of other economic development policies for multiple jurisdictions worldwide.
Get customizable training for small or large groups at your agency on remote / telework best practices.
Get personalized coaching and implementation help for building effective distributed government teams.
Get one-on-one consulting for orientation on telework policies and best practices, along with recommendations for your agency.