Session: 9 essential tips for more effective virtual and hybrid meetings
Based off Lorraine's popular LinkedIn Learning course, “Virtual and Hybrid Meeting Essentials”
Working from home isn’t going anywhere—and neither are meetings. There’s always going to be a need for teams to gather in one room. But now that some employees are joining those rooms virtually, it’s time to rethink the status quo. Join Lorraine Lee, a top-rated virtual keynote speaker and the Head of Editorial at Prezi, as she shares strategies for making your virtual and hybrid meetings more engaging, collaborative, and productive.
- *How facilitators can encourage participation
- *How to use virtual to your advantage
- *How to plan and prepare for your hybrid meeting
- *What to do after the meeting is over (it doesn’t stop at “End Call”)
Lorraine is a top-rated virtual keynote speaker and a leader at the intersection of editorial and tech. With more than 300,000 followers on LinkedIn, she is passionate about helping professionals become more productive and successful.
Lorraine was named one of 2020’s Top Virtual Keynote Speakers by ReadWrite. In her work as a virtual keynote speaker, she speaks to Fortune 500 companies, tech firms, top-ranked universities, non-profits, and more, covering a wide range of topics including creating engaging virtual presentations, building your brand on LinkedIn, managing remote teams, and designing impactful hybrid meetings. As the Head of Editorial at Prezi, she collaborates with thought leaders and subject-matter experts to create compelling videos that educate and inspire millions of people on topics across business and education. Prior to Prezi, Lorraine was a News Editor at LinkedIn.
Lorraine is also a LinkedIn Learning Instructor for the popular course “Virtual and Hybrid Meeting Essentials” and has been featured in publications including Inc., ReadWrite, and Entrepreneur.
In 2021, Lorraine was selected as a finalist out of hundreds of nominations for “Content Marketer of the Year” for the Women in Content Marketing Awards, co-presented by Content Marketing Institute and Masthead Media.
Lorraine received her BSJ from Northwestern’s Medill School of Journalism.
She resides in San Francisco and is a LA native.