Break Out of Boredom in Virtual Meetings with Robbie Samuels

The average CEO has 37 meetings per week (Source: Zippia). 72% of their time is spent in meetings. It can be overwhelming.

CEOs are not alone. Employees at all levels feel overwhelmed by the number of meetings they attend. And many meetings are not effective…or even needed.

Virtual meetings can be especially challenging when you don’t know how to engage people who may already feel Zoom fatigue.

Gayle Lantz speaks with virtual event design consultant, Robbie Samuels. Robbie is a networking expert, recognized by NPR, PCMA, Harvard Business Review, Forbes, and Inc.

As a virtual event design consultant, he helps organizations bring their events online with less stress and greater participant engagement. 

Robbie  is a TEDx speaker and author of three books, including his latest, ​​”Break Out of Boredom: Low-Tech Solutions for Highly Engaging Zoom Events.”

This episode inspires you to up your game when it comes to designing or delivering virtual meetings. (From large virtual conferences to small team meetings).

This episode covers:

  • The importance of designing virtual experiences that are inclusive and encourage belonging
  • Common mistakes leaders make when leading or running virtual meetings and what to do instead
  • The power of small changes and incremental improvements
  • How to be media ready in a virtual environment

Note: This episode applies to any leader who wants to deliver engaging and productive virtual meetings, regardless of meeting platform.


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