For many organizations, the COVID-19 crisis hasn’t so much started discussions about virtual conferences as accelerated them. Regular travel to far-off conferences is simply impossible for some, and more and more businesses are now opting to hold their conferences online. Announcements from prominent brands signal that virtual events may continue for quite a bit longer.
Now, more than ever, we need strong teams pulling together to solve some of our greatest challenges—in business and in life. As one of the top leadership speakers who has beaten the odds to accomplish extraordinary things, Alden’s words of wisdom can help us transform crisis into opportunity and move us all forward to make positive changes and thrive in these challenging times.
Whether you’re looking to create-a-change in yourself or your team, Alden is one of the most sought after presenters who goes beyond motivation to transformation via captivating and interactive experience to help you Be Unstoppable and create Unstoppable Teams. Thanks to over 25 years in business and the military, Alden is uniquely able to teach others how to persist for greater success.
Alden offers speaking engagements via virtual conferences and interactive webinars when your organization is dispersed geographically or working under stay-at-home conditions. From the beginning of the pandemic in the spring of 2020, Alden has delivered dozens of virtual events to audiences of leaders seeking fresh focus and proven frameworks to help people achieve exceptional outcomes.
6 Benefits of Virtual Conferences
1) Virtual conferences provide an opportunity to reach a greater number of participants.
While in-person events draw a few hundred or few thousand attendees, due to limitations placed on travel and meeting space, the online versions can easily accommodate tens of thousands of people.
2) In many ways, virtual conferences offer a better experience.
On-screen participation by speakers and attendees can enhance the level of intimacy and personalization experienced, even for large groups. Virtual conferences can replicate in-person engagement through the use of interactive presentations, polls, live chat, Q&A, surveys, networking and more.
3) Virtual event platforms allow two-way sharing of information in real-time.
Real-time and asynchronous chat and messaging functions can be both public and private, allowing more people to comment and ask questions.
4) Virtual environments enable moderators to better manage the flow of discussion.
Event organizers and moderators can communicate with speakers behind the scenes to make adjustments in real time and screen questions from participants.
5) Virtual conferences and webinars can expand the potential for on-demand participation.
Recorded webinars and virtual conferences can extend the useful life of the virtual event, allowing viewing or replaying of the event at different times and by people who may not have participated in the real-time event.
6) Virtual events can reduce your carbon footprint.
Virtual meetings can be more accessible, affordable and environmentally friendly, even after stay-at-home requirements are loosened.
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