One Day Workshop: Hybrid How To: Design Engaging Hybrid Workshops and Events

  • June 08, 2022
  • 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM (EDT)
  • Online Via Zoom
  • 11


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June 8, 2022

12:00 - 2:00 pm Eastern

As we return to the “new normal” - post pandemic, some of the public are eager to return to the in-person setting and other prefer the virtual. setting Effective public participation practitioners will need to be skilled at embracing both by designing and implementing hybrid workshops and events. In this training, participants will learn the tips and trick for designing and implementing hybrid workshops and events. They will learn the three (3) key principles to designing a hybrid meeting and the tools available. In this workshop you will also work to create personalized templates and materials to design your next hybrid meeting.

Learning Objectives

  • Learn the tips and trick for designing and implementing hybrid workshops and events

  • Understand the technology and tools available for hybrid workshops and events 

  • Learn the three (3) key principles to design and implement successful hybrid workshops and events

  • Hands on experience designing a hybrid workshop or event

  • Walk away with your own personal hybrid workshop and event template

$100 Members  --  $175 Non Members  --  $50 Student Members. 

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Trainer: Kimberly Horndeski

Kimberly Horndeski is a certified mediator, facilitator, and the Executive Director for Community Consulting LLC. Her work focuses on integrating policy and science to engage stakeholders, develop strategic plans, promote collaboration, and transform conflict into successful strategies for the future. She has led multiple state and national working groups to overcome challenges and reach agreement. Her projects include bottom-up approaches, such as working with nonprofits to develop effective strategies to engage elected officials in adopting initiatives, and top-down approaches, such as assisting the U.S. Fish and Wildlife to incorporate stakeholder values throughout the nation in the decision-making process for federally-listed threatened and endangered species.

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