Producing Events on Zoom
January 8, 2021 from 9:00 - 10:30am
Presenter: Carl Dierschow
CCEs: 1.5 in Resource Development
*This program is for ICF Colorado members only.
ICF Colorado members - To register, you need to log in first, and then register for this program.
It's one thing to be a presenter in someone else's event, but at some point you might want to create your own. As you may have noticed in ICF-CO events, Zoom has a lot of tools which can be used to help people learn, engage, and contribute.
In this session, we'll dig into many of the great Zoom features:
- Configuring your Zoom account
- Security options
- Meeting host, co-hosts, presenters, panelists
- Chat, nonverbal feedback, hand-raising
- Controlling what people see and hear
- Zoom meetings vs. Zoom webinars
- Sharing slides, screens, videos
- Whiteboard and annotations
- Breakout room
- Recording the meeting
This will help you decide which features will best meet the needs of you and your participants.
This conversation will be specific to Zoom, although similar features exist in other platforms such as Webex or Microsoft Teams.
ICF-CO training for skills in Zoom, presentations, and online events
Many of our members have recognized the need to increase our skills in participating in, presenting, and organizing online events. And since this is what we've been living in 2020, we decided to create a forum for learning and sharing best practices!
These sessions will be recorded as free resources for ICF-CO members.
Carl Dierschow is a member of the ICF Colorado Education Team and former board member. He brings a wealth of knowledge based on his years of Zoom production work.
His business coaching focuses on leaders and small company owners who are committed to improving the world through conscious and sensitive business practices. He's been coaching for 21 years, and for the last decade has been part of Small Fish Business Coaching.
Find out more at www.smallfish.us and follow his blog at www.valuesbased.biz.