Virtual Event Planning

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LTS uses methods such as the Kirkpatrick Model to analyze the effectiveness of the delivered training and the impact it has on business results. The Kirkpatrick model reveals four levels: 

  1. Reaction (degree to which participants find the training event favorable),
  2. Learning (degree to which participants of the training event acquired intended knowledge or skills),
  3. Behavior (degree to which participants of the training event can apply what they’ve learned in on-the-job behaviors), and
  4. Results (degree to which the training event impacted business results).

In the planning of any training event, we strive to reach Kirkpatrick Level 3 (Behavior) in turn driving the business to Level 4 (Results).  

In recent times of the global pandemic, many businesses have been forced to shift workshops that were once face-to-face to a virtual setting. LTS designers are very experienced in this field and will work with the subject matter experts to refine training event goals. From there, we will utilize tactics from The Bob Pike Group to discuss training event best practices and suggest engaging activities, openers and closers.

LTS designers will work hand in hand with subject matter experts to create planning and facilitation documents to create stress-free event planning utilizing technologies such as Google Workspaces or Miro. Finally, on the day of the training event, LTS designers can perform “back-of-room” responsibilities such as: recording, facilitating breakout rooms, chat, and any technology part of the desired web conferencing tool (Zoom, WebEx).