Much like an in-person event, you can have multiple breakout rooms and sessions taking place simultaneously with different facilitators assigned to each session.
The facilitator can manage every mic and camera for every attendee to ensure that all the attention is on the person presenting.
ALL IN ONE
Once the session is live, you’ll be able to play video content, present uploaded slides, record your sessions, and download video files. Plus, at the end of the session, GoBrunch lets you download a detailed frequency report that displays how long each attendee participated in the live session.
GoBrunch brings the in-person experience back to virtual sessions with features that allow attendees to interact with facilitators and other participants.
Realistic and simple interface, driving positive engagement among participants.
Multiple virtual rooms and sessions, ideal for on-line training and events.
We provide a full service, helping you out to plan, organize and control the sessions.
TURN ON YOUR CIRCLE CAMS
Make your Trainings More Engaging with GoBrunch
Maintaining attention during a virtual trainings has become a huge challenge. If you want to keep your attendees engaged instead of alt-tabbing away, you’ll need more options for connecting with them during online sessions. GoBrunch’s unique interface allows you to make virtual trainings more fun with interactivity and a user experience that mimics in-person events.
TO DRIVE MORE ENGAGEMENT TO YOUR TRAININGS
1. Make a clear statement at the beginning of the session on how you expect your attendees to interact.
2. Say their names constantly – if there are too many, pick randomly.
3. In GoBrunch, you can turn on their mics directly – and you can ask a specific question to get their opinions, generating more interactivity.
4. Plan your questions in advance and simplify as much as you can. Use the 3-Level-Questions methodology. Start your training with smart questions as a warmup.
5. Use templates and frameworks because this will make your content more tangible.
6. Use collaboration tools such as miro and Mentimeter to practice co-constructivism with the attendees.
7. Create at least one activity for each one of your sessions and break your attendees into groups. Once they return, ask them to present the outcomes.