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Webinar: How to Ace Virtual Meetings and Stay Productive in a Post-COVID World

Note: This webinar was originally scheduled for June 14. It will be rescheduled at a later date.

Hosted by: Compliance & Audit Council

Date: TBD

Just because we've all been in virtual meetings for the last year doesn't mean those meetings were productive and engaging. And just because we know our priorities for the week doesn't mean we're focusing on the most important tasks. It’s possible to connect with your team remotely and focus on the most important work at hand even in a changing professional landscape. You just need clarity on what matters most, a few strategies to keep meetings light, and to prioritize the most important objectives when you're ready to get to business.

Join us for an interactive session where Reagan Pugh will share his playbook for virtual meeting success and a tactical system of planning your days that will leave you energized and ready to get back to work with clarity.

Cost

  • $25 for Compliance & Audit Council members
  • $50 for Non-Compliance & Audit Council members (includes council membership)

Speaker: Reagan Pugh

Reagan Pugh delivers keynote speeches and workshops on personal effectiveness and leadership development around the country. Before speaking and facilitating full-time, he guided initiatives on storytelling, culture, and leadership development at companies like Nike, Pepsico, Western Digital, and Kimberly Clark as chief storyteller with the innovation consulting firm Kalypso.

Pugh has designed and taught leadership courses for Texas State University, Trinity University, and Angelo State University, and he speaks to student audiences throughout the U.S. From 2009 to 2011, he served as a 10th grade English teacher with Teach for America on the Rosebud Reservation in South Dakota. During that time, he launched a theater program, which in its inaugural year won the state one-act play competition for the first time in school history. Pugh is invested in the work of the Epilepsy Foundation, occasionally performs improv around Austin, and probably knows more about Batman than you do.

Questions?

For questions about this webinar or the council program, please contact Cristina Martinez, CU Relations Administrative Assistant, at 800-442-5762, ext. 6403.