Does this sound like you?
• You have almost no experience with planning and implementing virtual meetings, but you’re considering offering one in the next 12 months.
• You’re not particularly concerned about security issues for virtual meetings.
• You know you want your training scheduled between 2-4pm Eastern.
Based on the first responses to a survey I sent out two weeks ago, this is the typical profile of the government meeting planner. But is it accurate? To answer this question, I need your feedback, so that we can offer you information and training that truly meets your needs. iCohere is currently designing a course for government meeting professionals who want to learn how to plan and implement successful virtual meetings – either “hybrid” meeting extensions or 100% virtual.
The curriculum will depend on what you tell us, so please tell us now!
|A SPECIAL INVITATION — Join our education advisory team (see survey question #8) and be my guest at the SGMP NATCAP Dinner Gala on Thursday evening, June 21, at the Westin Alexandria. You do not have to be an SGMP member in order to attend. I have reserved a table for 10 and it would be a pleasure to have you join me at this festive dinner event. Deadline for signup: Thursday, May 31. First come, first served (literally!).|
This survey will take you just 5 minutes — 5 minutes to help us transform and modernize our nation’s government meeting strategies.
Lance A. Simon, CGMP
GSA Contract No. GS-35F-0490U