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Maximizing Meaning & Connection, Minimizing Zoom Fatigue

Wednesday, November 18, 2020 2 Kislev 5781

7:30 PM - 9:00 PM

Are you experiencing consistently fabulous Zoom gatherings? Are you feeling worn down and unsatisfied meeting online? Both ends of the spectrum are encouraged to join us for this thoughtful conversation facilitated by Rabbi Esther Lederman.

Lederman is the Director of Congregational Innovation at the URJ (Union for Reform Judaism), and an expert in creating meaningful, fulfilling social and sacred gatherings online. Lederman will present, guide some role-playing with volunteers, answer questions, and welcome tip sharing from your experiences.

Even if you are an optimist who believes “this won’t last too long,” these are skills to take with you. In addition to bringing online skills to the in-person world we will (eventually) return to, hybrid in-person/online gatherings are likely to be with us for a long time.

Questions? Contact Ellen Reich or Alison Levinson

“Great virtual events leave participants feeling happy, relaxed, connected and twice as likely to attend another event by the same or another organization. Poorly executed or unsatisfying virtual events can have a negative effect on participants, leaving them more tired, disconnected and frustrated, and more than 50% less likely to participate in another event by any organization” - Emotion Before Content: Evidence Based Recommendation for Designing Virtual Jewish Engagement, Leadership for Training Jewish Educators, 9/10/2020, Kaplowitz, Cherner & Colton

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Register by Monday, November 16

Join by Zoom (Video) or by Phone:  (929) 205-6099; Meeting ID: 889 0180 9601


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