Remote Communications Workshop

Adult · Learning
This 45-minute session has three sections: a 15-minute lecture on Remote Communication best practices, a 15-minute one-on-one individual coaching session with a volunteer that everyone can observe, and 15 minutes of Q&A. Participant for the coaching session will be decided in advance; please use the form below to apply if interested. Topics covered include setting yourself up to communicate effectively when you’re not in the same room as your audience, making virtual meetings and presentations more engaging, and kinesthetic tools to help with common communication issues. Note: This is NOT a deep dive into the technological side of remote comms.

GK Training Daily 5-minute Warm-Up

Interested in receiving live coaching in this class: Click here
The volunteer should be prepared to speak on-camera for 90 seconds to two minutes on some professional content.
Audience: Adults

Upcoming Session Starts in

December 3, 1 PM EST
For Adult · 45 mins


463 of 600 spots reserved

Meet Our Instructor

Shawn Fagan
Shawn has worked in New York City as a creative professional writing, editing, performing, and teaching for over fifteen years. As an Executive Coach with GK Training and Communications, he has helped top professionals in finance, law, pharmaceutical sales, accounting, and advertising develop their skills in both written and oral communication. With expertise in individual and group training, Shawn's coaching practice is personal, tailored, effective, and engaging. As a writer and editor, he has worked in magazines (Departures, Food & Wine, Real Simple) and book publishing (Scholastic, Penguin), as well as developing original material for the theatre (Here, 45 Bleecker, Connelly Theatre, 3LD). An accomplished stage actor, his work has been seen in New York and across the country (sixteen states and counting). Shawn has a degree in English and Theatre from the University of Delaware Honors Program.
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