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This webinar originally aired on April 2nd, 2020

With all the restrictions on travelling and gathering in-person, more organizations are looking to move their trainings online. Training is a crucial element of the work we all do but can you effectively move an in-person training online? Join us on Thursday, April 2 for part 3 of our Going Virtual series as Abby Alger and Patty Holhbein talk about practical tips and give advice on transforming your face-to-face training programs to an online format. They will debunk common myths, give you a framework to help you set up your online program, and give you the know-how for implementing these trainings in your organization.

About the Presenters:

Abby Alger

Abigail (Abby) Alger is the Director of Digital Training for the Leadership Institute. Previously she was the Digital Director for Freedom Partners and for the U.S. House Republican Conference. She managed the redesign of and as well as the development and launch of ConnectGOP, the first House Republican intranet. At the Conference, she led GOP Labs, a training program of more than 300 events that taught digital communications best practices to House GOP staff. Before that, Abby was Director of Digital Communications for the Leadership Institute; New Media Strategist for Terra Eclipse, a technology firm; and Junior Associate for the David All Group, a digital communications firm. She graduated from Duke University with degrees in Public Policy and Classical Languages.

Dr. Patty Hohlbein

Atlas Network is pleased to announce that Patricia Hohlbein, MBA, Ed.D. has been named as the new Vice President of Training and Events. In her new role, Dr. Hohlbein will lead the ongoing evolution of and enhancements to the Atlas Leadership Academy’s suite of online and face-to-face programs as well as Atlas Network’s series of Liberty Forums. Dr. Hohlbein joins Atlas Network following a successful career in higher education at Ohio Dominican University and Otterbein University, where she held both business school faculty and senior administrative positions. Prior to her time in academia, Dr. Hohlbein worked in business development in the architecture and design industry as well as in healthcare marketing and communications. Dr. Hohlbein has an extensive background in leadership and organizational development and has been published extensively on helping individuals, teams, and organizations develop emotional intelligence through the power of play.