If you're a trainer, workshop facilitator, faith-community leader, event planner, or consultant, you convene groups for a living.
You've probably designed your work assuming you'll be in the same room with the group you're serving.
Now, like everyone else, you need to figure out how to deliver your services online.
You're working fast and feeling a lot of pressure to have an answer for your clients now. You also want to keep your existing contracts intact as much as possible. It was hard enough to get these sessions scheduled in the first place, so you really don't want to have that discussion again.
Unfortunately, this desire to keep the transition from in-person to virtual as simple and direct as possible is driving many experts to make some poor choices. They're also missing some big opportunities.
Here are three of the most important mistakes we see experts make when they first redesign in-person events for online delivery, and some tips about what to do instead.