Lessons from an Online Networking Experiment

Virtual Lunch

Let’s be honest: Networking isn’t always productive, no matter whether it’s in-person or online.

In this rebroadcast of Virtual Lunch, Amanda Kaiser shares lessons from a three-month experiment to discover ideas that make networking more fun and engaging. Go behind the scenes to learn:

  • How the Virtual Networking Incubator was born
  • What kinds of technology and exercises work for groups of various sizes
  • Why it helps to have structured networking activities
  • How to encourage participation even before the event starts

Here are the links mentioned during the interview:

About Amanda Kaiser

Amanda Kaiser
Amanda Kaiser

Amanda experiments and researches engagement – specifically member, attendee, and virtual engagement. She believes that associations and member organizations have reached the inflection point for engagement because now more than ever there are tools and methods to help members meaningfully connect, collaborate, and co-create virtually, in-person, and all year around.

Amanda is the co-creator of the Virtual Networking Incubator in partnership with Matchbox Virtual Media. She partnered with Dynamic Benchmarking to create the New Member Engagement Study. 

As a professional speaker, Amanda creates interactive keynotes for audiences of association professionals, volunteers, and partners over the US and Canada, and has presented at numerous conferences.

 

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