Managing Virtual Events in a Time of Coronavirus

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Teams Thursday New England Goes Virtual: Managing Virtual Events in a Time of Coronavirus

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Webinar #2 - Monday, April 6 at 12pm EDT - Managing Virtual Events in a Time of Coronavirus

If you are like many of us, you are now suddenly faced with salvaging events conferences, even family affairs in a virtual setting. You may be asking, “What do we need to do to plan?” “Who should be on the event team?” “How do we foster engagement?” “How do we make the experience last?” We’ll talk about virtual event tips, bloopers to avoid, and where using Teams can help throughout the process.

Thriving in our Virtual Work During the Coronavirus Outbreak

Teams Thursday New England (TTNE) couldn't happen on the planned date due to the novel coronavirus crisis. While we have rescheduled TTNE for June 3 and hope we will be able to hold the event then, we wanted to offer some valuable content in the interim.

Many of us are forced to learn how to work in a different mode during this trying time. We may not be able to work from our normal location; we may not be interacting with the same people; and we are learning how to manage the lines between our personal and professional lives in new ways.

Join our team of remote work experts for a series of webinars to discuss ways to succeed given so many unknowns. The format is a small panel of veteran VirtualManiacs who will share some perspectives, and you can contribute your own tips and questions. We also will compile all our Teams Thursday New England VirtualMania insights into a compendium for all to share.

  • Katrina Pugh – Faculty, Columbia University, President, AlignConsulting - Focused on designing productive and innovative collaborations
  • Mari Anne SnowCEO, Founder at Sophaya and Remote Nation - Passionate about the benefits and business advantages of remote work
  • Chris Bortlik – Principal Technical Architect at the Microsoft Technology Center in Boston, MA – Works with global enterprise customers on their Microsoft 365 collaboration and security strategy
  • Marc D Anderson – President, Sympraxis Consulting – Focused on optimizing work through process excellence and use of the Microsoft 365 platform.
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