Let us help you make virtual connection and engagement easy.
Invite us to…
Run a workshop on How to Make Virtual Engagement Easy
Experience 5 Key Ingredients for Virtual Engagement
Leave more energized—and less exhausted with concrete tools and strategies for engagment
Perfect for university faculty and staff, educators, and leaders who are totally tired of bad Zoom gatherings
Run a Virtual Connection Lab to build your remote team
Host one session or a series to keep your team motivated and connected
Strengthen culture and morale for your school/workplace
Practice a set of (actually fun) tools and strategies you can use when on your own even after our sessions
Prevent burnout with authentic (not cringy) connection
Speak at your virtual conference or event.
We’ll create and present a 60-minute interactive keynote and a 30-minute full-audience exercise (for 10 to 1000+ people).
Kickoff your event with “Connection Before Content” to build real community to shatter the isolation of being remote
Generate fresh ideas to inspire your teams at a distance
Absolutely 0 Powerpoint slides 😉
"Best virtual meeting I’ve ever been a part of."
Matt Paul | State Farm
“Chad and Will brought our audience engagement to new heights.
Kevin F. | TEDx
"People walked away refreshed, motivated and with new ideas, activities, etc. for connecting not just with their audiences but with anyone they come into contact with. "
Tammy Greene | University of Kentucky
“Starting the Conscious Capitalism conference off with a session by Will and Chad was just what we needed to set the tone for the rest of our event. Our conference was 100% more connected and engaged thanks to their interactive style.“
Julie V. | Director | Conscious Capitalism
"The progress we made definitely exceeded my expectations. We learned a lot about what works well in a virtual setting, and the whole team really appreciated the opportunities to connect."
Bonnie H. | VP | Crayola
"Thank you again for working with us this summer and at Convocation. You really helped make the Chancellor’s Convocation a more engaging event."
Chris Verhaeghe | University of Wisconsin Madison