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.
Compared to 14 years ago when I started, the success/failure rate for webinars and virtual classroom sessions today is a breeze. Still, when something doesn’t go right, it’s stressful. Remember: Professionalism isn’t what happens when everything goes right. It’s what
“Social capital” presumes that social networks have value, and web conferencing is an awesome medium through which to reach, teach, and lead. Unfortunately, many organizations have a problem that leaves money on the table: Unless your webinars and virtual classes exist in a vacuum, they
After today’s Power of Story in the Virtual Classroom event, Angela asked, “What do you believe is the longest learning session can be in a practical sense, and still keep learners engaged? Can virtual training happen in a 4-hour class? Or all day?” Angela, there’s no magic
TED talks are fabulous sources of inspiration, education, and motivation. This author, however, sees the world of webinars, webcasts, and virtual classrooms through his own webinar-colored glasses. Short of doing my own TED talk (on the bucket list, for sure), here are a few thoughts from