These live and interactive distance-based presentations and coaching sessions can bring a fresh yet experienced and credible perspective to your planning session, training, workshop, conference or other meeting, without blowing your budget. The presentations and planning exercises can be customized to each client's needs, based on pre-prepared materials that we are regularly updating. The sessions typically cover one or more of the program planning stages, best practices and/or tools of change described on this website, illustrated using case studies from the 150+ ones on this website. In each instructional and planning webinar, we usually review related theory and guidance, view best-practice examples, and then ask participants to apply the learning to their own situations and programs. Coaching can involve pre- and post-webinar conversations and/or exercises as well, if desired.
Instructor: Jay Kassirer MBA CMRP. Jay has been delivering these distance-based presentations for over a decade. View credentials
Webinar participants are able to ask follow-up questions at no additional charge for up to six months after the webinars (up to 30 minutes a time) to help them apply what they have learned and to reinforce and ensure proper use of the techniques. They will also have access to a video-recording of the presentation during this period. In addition, they will have free access to the ongoing support tools on this website, which use the same framework and terminology as the presentation. Further post-webinar conversations and/or exercises can be arranaged through our coaching services.
Our talks and workshops complement and use the same conceptual framework found on this website, the Turning Point / CDCynergy materials, and the community-based social marketing books and workshops by Dr. Doug McKenzie Mohr. However, no prior social marketing knowledge or experience is required.
For further information about our customized webinar-based presentations, or to book one, call (800) 262-0934 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org