Raising Your RQ (Remote Quotient)
We are now living in an exclusively virtual world. This happened fast, and many people are uncomfortable using digital platforms. They may feel exposed and awkward on videoconferences, fail to engage fully on conference calls, or feel disconnected, disoriented, and often depressed while working from home.
In addition, the current volume of communication through familiar channels—phone and email contact—has increased exponentially but not necessarily advantageously. This dynamic seminar, delivered conversationally to encourage participation by Raleigh Mayer, the Gravitas Guru and senior fellow at the Logos Institute for Crisis Management and Executive Leadership, outlines the neuroscience involved in virtual engagement, as well as physical and psychological implications, the importance of performance when communicating with stakeholders, and the impact of organization and tone of content. We are living and working in a virtual world: We must master the culture. Register today!
For one fee of $50 (EBAA Member) or $150 (Non-Member), the entire organization may attend the webinar. After registration, a confirmation email will be sent with a discount code. The contact person who purchased the session should send the discount code to other staff members who may wish to attend the session. The discount code will allow staff to attend remotely for free.
Note: if an organization has multiple locations, additional registrations must be purchased for each location.
A new CEU process has been implemented. If an individual views the session through their own eyeLEARN account, they simply need to complete the survey on their account to claim credit for the session. If a group of people view the session together in a conference room, then each person should complete the survey listed in the confirmation email to claim CEU credit.
Important: Whether through eyeLEARN or the survey in the confirmation email, each attendee must complete their own survey to claim credit for the session.
Raleigh Mayer, the Gravitas Guru and senior fellow at the Logos Institute for Crisis Management and Executive Leadership, helps executives become better leaders by elevating their presence, polishing their communication, and managing their relationships and reputations effectively. She is an advisor, coach, educator, and speaker, serving corporations, private firms, government, and individual executives.
Raleigh has counseled, coached, and trained hundreds of chief executives, and business leaders from Fortune 500 companies representing a wide variety of enterprises: Financial services, technology, the armed forces, law, consumer products, and non-profit. Her signature presentations and seminars include “Getting to Gravitas”, “Persuasive Presentation”, “The Seven Ups of Successful Management”, and “Inclusive Leadership”.
Currently, she is an associate professor of leadership at Columbia University’s Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science and has also been a frequent presenter in the MBA program at Columbia Business School. She has served as a presentation coach for New York University’s Stern School of Business, and taught courses on presentation and effective communication at New York University’s Marketing and Management Institute for 20 years.
Raleigh is a member of the Forbes Coaches Council and has been featured in Fortune, and O, The Oprah Magazine and Entrepreneur’s Leading Women in Business and quoted extensively in the Wall Street Journal and has had letters to the editor published in almost every section of The New York Times.
In her previous role as vice president and spokesperson for the New York City Marathon, Raleigh provided strategic counsel on public affairs and press matters, corporate sponsor publicity, and relationships with city agencies including the Mayor’s office and Fire and Police Departments.
Currently on the leadership council of the Financial Women’s Association, she was also a founding member of Women in Sports and Events, a professional organization for executives in the industry.
A native New Yorker, Raleigh received a B.A. in English with a concentration in Theater Arts from Middlebury College in Vermont. She has run three New York City Marathons and sings in cabaret concerts and with the SoHarmoniums, NYC’s premier women’s chorus, which performs at Symphony Space, Lincoln Center and Carnegie Hall.