If you’re not using live, interactive communication — at a distance using web conferencing — as part of a sales training strategy, you’re leaving money on the table. If you’re newer to the idea, let’s start you out correctly with one simple mindshift: web conferencing is a medium, not a
Hybrid events and meetings are the rage for good reason: they extend the reach of your message and enable engaging more people. This 5-minute mini-class speaks to a group of meeting planners I am getting ready to do a hybrid event with (thank you Meeting Professionals International, Oregon), but
Do you know someone who just can’t seem to get past the idea that webinars or virtual classes are sub-par alternatives to being in-person? The web conferencing software you’re using could be part of the problem. I see organizations get this SO wrong SO often I just had to say something
If your association chapter is like the one I lead, you’re constantly trying to deliver great programs and networking opportunities for members while motivating a bunch of otherwise busy volunteers. Making a little extra money that you can use to reinvest in the chapter is always useful, too.
Meetings occur more frequently than presentations, so it’s not surprising that the same is true online (and it’s what prompted me to write the latest book). The good news is that they don’t have to royally suck. Here are a few tips to improve your impact. Getting started: Master