How to Train Your People Effectively
Tips from professional presenters on online and in-person trainings for better non-verbal communication and increased audience participation
"Talk low, talk slow, and don't say too much." John Wayne
Learn how to provide high-caliber training your organizations' members and staff, both online and in person.
The people who will get the most from this workshop are leaders and educators in organizations that value personal and professional development, and who actively deliver training to their staff and members.
Attendees will learn how to:
• Maintain audience engagement on and offline
• Conduct meaningful but brief introductions
• How best to handle questions and feedback
• Use tools native to Zoom
• Exhibit open body language
• Communicate with the audience before, during, and after training
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The Leadership Institute's mission is to increase the number and effectiveness of conservative activists and leaders in the public policy process.
To accomplish this, the Institute identifies, recruits, trains, and places conservatives in government, politics, and the media.
Founded in 1979 by its president, Morton C. Blackwell, the Leadership Institute (LI) teaches conservatives the nuts and bolts of how to succeed in the public policy process.
The Institute strives to produce a new generation of public policy leaders unwavering in their commitment to free enterprise, limited government, strong national defense, and traditional values.
Institute graduates are equipped with practical skills and professional training to implement sound principles through effective public policy.
LI offers 47 types of training schools, workshops, and seminars and a top-notch intern program. The Institute also provides an Employment Placement Service to help place conservatives in public policy positions and in the broadcast media, at no cost to employers or job seekers.
The Leadership Institute is a non-partisan educational organization approved by the Internal Revenue Service as a public foundation operating under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue code. The Leadership Institute does not endorse, support, or oppose candidates or proposed legislation. The Institute has an open admissions policy; all programs are open to the public. Contributions to the Leadership Institute by individuals, corporations, and foundations are tax deductible.