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February Virtual Education -Turn on the Damn Camera – The Secrets of Virtual Psychological Safety

February 23, 2021
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM
Zoom
Organizer
Stephanie Green
Phone: 503-626-8197

Thanks to the generosity of our speaker, the first 50 people registered will receive a complimentary copy of John's top selling book (retail price of $29.99), Engaging Virtual Meetings, mailed to their house after his session! Feel free to share this special offer with your industry friends and let them know we are extending MPI member registration pricing (just $10) to them for this session too. 


Are you tired of your virtual participants with their camera off?
Are you frustrated with asking questions and getting no answers?
Do you want to learn the magic to virtual engagement?

Then join our February speaker, John Chen, MPI Washington State member and author of the #1 Amazon Hot New Book Release, Engaging Virtual Meetings for our February educational session.

During this program, you will learn:

The secret and science of virtual psychological safety and how it inspires your attendees to turn on their cameras
• 7 tips to create psychological safety
• How to create psychological safety and in small AND large virtual meetings
• How to deepen your existing virtual psychological safety
• 7 biggest mistakes in creating psychological safety
• At least 1 takeaway that will change your next virtual meeting

More about John Chen:
John ran over 200 workshops for over 20,000 attendees last year to reviews like “This is the first Zoom where I have MORE energy rather than less.”  John has been online for over 35 years and shares his easy to implement secrets to getting attendees to turn their camera on. 

John recommends joining from a laptop or desktop computer with a stable internet connection as he will be sharing his screen with lots of little details. He also recommends a functioning webcam and microphone because this session will also be highly interactive and have breakout room activities.

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