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How to Give Compelling Online Presentations – April 3rd

This webinar is being offered two times. Select the day/time that works best for your schedule. If you can’t make either work, register for one and we’ll send you the recording.

 

What You’ll Learn in This Webinar
Presenting online offers more challenges than presenting to a live audience. More thought must be given to how to engage listeners, what type of presentation is used, and how to motivate listeners to take action at the end.

Join ElderCounsel for an intensive online course that will cover effective storytelling, avoiding death by PowerPoint, and tools to help you engage listeners while driving them to action.

AGENDA:
Hour 1: Incorporate Storytelling to Convey Your Message
10 min break
Hour 2: Engaging Your Audience and Avoiding Death by PowerPoint
10 min break
Last 30 min: Q&A

Can’t make it on either day? Register and we’ll send the recording to you automatically.

 

How to Give Compelling Online Presentations – April 2nd

This webinar is being offered two times. Select the day/time that works best for your schedule. If you can’t make either work, register for one and we’ll send you the recording.

 

What You’ll Learn in This Webinar
Presenting online offers more challenges than presenting to a live audience. More thought must be given to how to engage listeners, what type of presentation is used, and how to motivate listeners to take action at the end.

Join ElderCounsel for an intensive online course that will cover effective storytelling, avoiding death by PowerPoint, and tools to help you engage listeners while driving them to action.

AGENDA:
Hour 1: Incorporate Storytelling to Convey Your Message
10 min break
Hour 2: Engaging Your Audience and Avoiding Death by PowerPoint
10 min break
Last 30 min: Q&A

Can’t make it on either day? Register and we’ll send the recording to you automatically.

 

Getting and Keeping Engagement—Before, During, and After Your Event (Part 3/3)

How to Create and Host Online Events, 3-Part Webinar Series
Part 3: Getting and Keeping Engagement—Before, During, and After Your Event
Date and Time:
Thursday, March 26, 12:00-1:15 p.m. ET

Many have reach out to us to let us know how grateful they were for the information provided during Monday’s webinar Running Your Practice Amid COVID-19. Members are already using the strategies provided to keep their law firms running during this critical time. If you haven’t watched it yet, it’s available in here along with a resource guide

We’ve taken the questions we received during that webinar, expounded on them, and created a 3-part webinar series to help business owners adapt to this “new normal” by providing detailed instruction on how to conduct successful online meetings and speaking events.

We encourage you to attend as many as you can during the scheduled time so you can ask questions. But we also know your schedule might not line up, so register and we’ll automatically email you the videos following the live events.

How to Create and Host Online Events
3-PART WEBINAR SERIES AGENDA

Tuesday, March 24, 12:00-1:15 p.m. ET
Online Events and Meetings are the New Normal—Embrace the Change
Our world has been turned upside down but that does not mean that business has to stop. It just means we have to pivot and embrace a new way to conduct business online. There are numerous opportunities to host meetings, and several choices in terms of technology to use. We also have to find new ways to provide compelling presentations online now that in-person speaking engagements are on hold. This session will cover the opportunities and programs in detail that can be used for your online events, and we will provide tips on how to engage attendees during your online meetings and events.

Wednesday, March 25, 12:00-1:15 p.m. ET
Setting up the Registration Process and Getting the Word out
Whether you are hosting a virtual happy hour, meeting with a client, or you are hosting an online speaking event, making it easy to register and access the meeting is key. But with the wrong equipment, the event can flop, resulting in frustration on both ends. Failing to promote it properly can result in a disappointing event for you. We’ll make sure you are clear about how to get people registered, how to communicate the way they can access the meeting, and we’ll make sure you understand the equipment and internet requirements for a successful meeting every time. We’ll also help you discover new ways to market your events that will help you rise above all of the email “noise” currently taking place.

Thursday, March 26, 12:00-1:15 p.m. ET
Getting and Keeping Engagement—Before, During, and After Your Event
How will you remind attendees of your event? Have you provided clear instructions for use of their webcam? How will you handle questions while you are speaking? What techniques can you use to engage attendees? We’ve tackled all of these issues and more over the years and will share best practices to help you avoid having your event sidetracked with technical issues. We’ll also provide you valuable instruction on how to properly follow up with attendees so you can reap the rewards of a successful online event.

 

Setting up the Registration Process and Getting the Word out (Part 2/3)

How to Create and Host Online Events, 3-Part Webinar Series
Part 2: Setting up the Registration Process and Getting the Word out
Date and Time:
Wednesday, March 25, 12:00-1:15 p.m. ET

Many have reach out to us to let us know how grateful they were for the information provided during Monday’s webinar Running Your Practice Amid COVID-19. Members are already using the strategies provided to keep their law firms running during this critical time. If you haven’t watched it yet, it’s available in here along with a resource guide

We’ve taken the questions we received during that webinar, expounded on them, and created a 3-part webinar series to help business owners adapt to this “new normal” by providing detailed instruction on how to conduct successful online meetings and speaking events.

We encourage you to attend as many as you can during the scheduled time so you can ask questions. But we also know your schedule might not line up, so register and we’ll automatically email you the videos following the live events.

How to Create and Host Online Events
3-PART WEBINAR SERIES AGENDA

Tuesday, March 24, 12:00-1:15 p.m. ET
Online Events and Meetings are the New Normal—Embrace the Change
Our world has been turned upside down but that does not mean that business has to stop. It just means we have to pivot and embrace a new way to conduct business online. There are numerous opportunities to host meetings, and several choices in terms of technology to use. We also have to find new ways to provide compelling presentations online now that in-person speaking engagements are on hold. This session will cover the opportunities and programs in detail that can be used for your online events, and we will provide tips on how to engage attendees during your online meetings and events.

Wednesday, March 25, 12:00-1:15 p.m. ET
Setting up the Registration Process and Getting the Word out
Whether you are hosting a virtual happy hour, meeting with a client, or you are hosting an online speaking event, making it easy to register and access the meeting is key. But with the wrong equipment, the event can flop, resulting in frustration on both ends. Failing to promote it properly can result in a disappointing event for you. We’ll make sure you are clear about how to get people registered, how to communicate the way they can access the meeting, and we’ll make sure you understand the equipment and internet requirements for a successful meeting every time. We’ll also help you discover new ways to market your events that will help you rise above all of the email “noise” currently taking place.

Thursday, March 26, 12:00-1:15 p.m. ET
Getting and Keeping Engagement—Before, During, and After Your Event
How will you remind attendees of your event? Have you provided clear instructions for use of their webcam? How will you handle questions while you are speaking? What techniques can you use to engage attendees? We’ve tackled all of these issues and more over the years and will share best practices to help you avoid having your event sidetracked with technical issues. We’ll also provide you valuable instruction on how to properly follow up with attendees so you can reap the rewards of a successful online event.

 

Online Events and Meetings are the New Normal—Embrace the Change (Part 1/3)

How to Create and Host Online Events, 3-Part Webinar Series
Part 1: Online Events and Meetings are the New Normal—Embrace the Change
Date and Time:
Tuesday, March 24, 12:00-1:15 p.m. ET

Many have reach out to us to let us know how grateful they were for the information provided during Monday’s webinar Running Your Practice Amid COVID-19. Members are already using the strategies provided to keep their law firms running during this critical time. If you haven’t watched it yet, it’s available in here along with a resource guide

We’ve taken the questions we received during that webinar, expounded on them, and created a 3-part webinar series to help business owners adapt to this “new normal” by providing detailed instruction on how to conduct successful online meetings and speaking events.

We encourage you to attend as many as you can during the scheduled time so you can ask questions. But we also know your schedule might not line up, so register and we’ll automatically email you the videos following the live events.

How to Create and Host Online Events
3-PART WEBINAR SERIES AGENDA

Tuesday, March 24, 12:00-1:15 p.m. ET
Online Events and Meetings are the New Normal—Embrace the Change
Our world has been turned upside down but that does not mean that business has to stop. It just means we have to pivot and embrace a new way to conduct business online. There are numerous opportunities to host meetings, and several choices in terms of technology to use. We also have to find new ways to provide compelling presentations online now that in-person speaking engagements are on hold. This session will cover the opportunities and programs in detail that can be used for your online events, and we will provide tips on how to engage attendees during your online meetings and events.

Wednesday, March 25, 12:00-1:15 p.m. ET
Setting up the Registration Process and Getting the Word out
Whether you are hosting a virtual happy hour, meeting with a client, or you are hosting an online speaking event, making it easy to register and access the meeting is key. But with the wrong equipment, the event can flop, resulting in frustration on both ends. Failing to promote it properly can result in a disappointing event for you. We’ll make sure you are clear about how to get people registered, how to communicate the way they can access the meeting, and we’ll make sure you understand the equipment and internet requirements for a successful meeting every time. We’ll also help you discover new ways to market your events that will help you rise above all of the email “noise” currently taking place.

Thursday, March 26, 12:00-1:15 p.m. ET
Getting and Keeping Engagement—Before, During, and After Your Event
How will you remind attendees of your event? Have you provided clear instructions for use of their webcam? How will you handle questions while you are speaking? What techniques can you use to engage attendees? We’ve tackled all of these issues and more over the years and will share best practices to help you avoid having your event sidetracked with technical issues. We’ll also provide you valuable instruction on how to properly follow up with attendees so you can reap the rewards of a successful online event.

 

Handling Non-Compliant Annuities in Medicaid Planning

Presented by: Dale M. Krause, J.D., LL.M., Krause Financial Services

Non-compliant annuities can often act as a roadblock in Medicaid eligibility. Join Krause Financial Services President and CEO, Dale Krause, J.D., LL.M., as he identifies the effects bad annuities have on your crisis planning cases, what to look for in reviewing existing contracts, and how to find a resolution.

Can’t make it on April 9? Register and we’ll send you the recording and materials following the event.

 

How to Get Documents Signed During the COVID-19 Crisis

Date and Time: Friday, March 27, 12:00-1:00 p.m. ET    This time is full.
Encore Presentation is Friday, March 27th 3:00-4:14 p.m.

You have clients in the nursing home or assisted living facility who can’t receive visitors. Your office is closed while you observe social distancing. Whatever your particular situation, a recurring theme is this: You can’t get to your clients and clients, notaries, and witnesses can’t get to you. How do you get important legal documents signed?

We are tackling this tough issue and will share our research, thoughts, and suggestions during this one hour webinar. We are preempting our normal Final Friday presentation to cover this important topic.

Can’t make it on March 27th? Register and we’ll send the recording to you automatically.

 

Running Your Practice Amid COVID-19

Date and Time: Monday, March 16, 12:00-1:00 p.m. ET

The outbreak of COVID-19 has caused numerous businesses, including law firms, to ask employees to work from home and has forced lawyers to re-evaluate how to meet with clients. We can help. ElderCounsel has run its business as a virtual company for the past 11 years (since its inception). During that time we have run hundreds of meetings and seminars via webinar. We are opening our “virtual” doors to help you learn ways to run your practice, manage employees, and meet with clients based on what we’ve learned. We’ll share strategies and online programs that have worked (or not worked) for us so you don’t waste valuable time figuring it out yourself. We will also provide a written guide that will provide detail on the programs we discuss.

Can’t make it on March 16? Register and we’ll send you the recording and materials following the event.

 

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