Did you know that most virtual summit presentations are way too long and don't actually give attendees what they need to see a transformation?
It's true! And incorporating learning design into your event can go along way to help.
Special guest, Emily Walker, is here to talk about what learning design is and how to incorporate it into your summit.
We attach value to length of content, but value comes from the transformation the summit provides.
Most of today's virtual summits have pre-recorded presentations. However, you need some sort of live component to boost engagement and get attendees to start taking action.
A couple of the easiest options include:
The biggest to pay attention to with considering learning design principles in your summit is the word "intentionality".
Be intentional about the transformation you're creating and the experience you're going to craft.
Think about how you can stack puzzle pieces of pre-recorded and live experiences together to have this mind blowing result, which also makes it so much easier to promote your summit as well.
If you can say that if attendees watch every presentation, attend co-working sessions, and complete the action steps, that they will walk away with an exact result...that is so powerful.
Emily Walker is a course creation and curriculum design expert from beautiful Victoria, British Columbia. She helps fiercely creative thought-leaders turn their brilliant ideas into powerful + profitable courses so they can improve thousands of other people’s lives while building more spaciousness into their own. When she’s not designing courses or leading workshops, Emily can be found hanging out in yoga pants with her fur-family and her partner, dreaming of their next trip to France.
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