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How to be a Good Audience Member

At WorldCUR-BCUR 2023, not only do we want our audience to enjoy the presentations but we also want our delegates to feel like they have a supportive community of people around them while they are presenting! This workshop is based on the premise of active listening - teaching audience members how to let go of sticky habits like phone-checking, and to be present, engaged, and respectful of the presenter while trying to make a genuine connection.

Please note that workshop timings are provided in BST (British Summertime), the local time zone for the UK.

These workshops will be hosted on Microsoft Teams - all those who have signed up will receive a link to the Teams meeting on the day of the session. If you would like to attend the session on Monday 27th March, you must sign up by Sunday 26th March; if you would like to attend the session on Thursday 30th March, you must sign up by Wednesday 29th March.

Please use this free time zone converter to ascertain when the workshop is happening, depending on where you are currently based.

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