Virtual Experiences

Our innovative virtual learning experiences immerse participants in compelling, poignant conversations with expert “battle- and boardroom-tested” faculty and teaches them how to navigate daily change and disruption through interactive engagement.

  • Virtual Fireside Chats and Inspirational Keynotes – Like our traditional and remarkable Thayer keynotes, these sessions offer both small and large groups the opportunity to hear first-hand from our expansive network of motivational faculty on a broad variety of leadership topics. Drawing from our proven leaders of character and their encouraging stories, participants leave the session inspired and recharged to take on their challenges with new vigor. Many of our faculty are also accomplished authors, which enhances the depth and breadth of any fireside chat or keynote.
     
  • Virtual Applied Academic or Experiential Sessions – Our faculty deliver a variety of sessions and learning opportunities in a virtual setting that emphasize what is required to be a leader of character, especially in the current environment. These highly interactive, immersive experiences can be customized and delivered in as short as 1.5 hours to multiple hours across a number of days. We deliver sessions to clients around the world, customized to particular business objectives and situations. 
     
  • Virtual Coaching – Effective leadership strategies sometimes require external insights to help leaders further develop and refine their goals, guide their reflection and development, and create actionable solutions. This opportunity affords leaders to have one-on-one discussions with select faculty, all of whom have demonstrated superior leadership skills in highly challenging and ever-changing situations leading teams and individuals in extraordinary circumstances.

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To learn more about our programs contact us at 1.800.247.5047, ext. 8924


"If you want people to perform as if you were around, everyone needs to understand the organizational values. Leaders need to regularly communicate and reward organizational values."
General Rick Hillier,(Canada, Retired, Memorial University of Newfoundland)
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