Do you want to know the skills that separate great web presenters from the rest?
Leaders and Project Managers today have direct reports or team members who are located somewhere
Every good manager knows that the secret to maintaining a close working relationship with their i
I can’t state this any more clearly.
hich one of these statements would you agree with? 1.
Most of what we hear about leadership is about leading people who work for us or with us.
Webinars, video conferences and webmeetings often feel like a bit of a train wreck.
If you want to learn the skills needed to lead remote teams and be able to demonstrate your compe
I just got back from speaking to a group of Project Managers (PMI folks to be specific) about rem
Can (or should) webmeetings be fun?
We talk a lot on this blog about leading virtually.
Here's a question to ponder: Is leading a remote team really different from leading a team where
Leading remote teams comes with a new set of challenges for
Zane Safrit is a smart guy, and he is far more obsessed about employee engagement and recognition
I came across an article in this month's
Someone asked me recently why I spend my time talking about working remotely, and why so much of
I have a confession.
How engaged in their work are the people in your team? How do you know?
We've said in this blog many times that the closer you can make your virtual meetings resemble tr
Wouldn't it be nice if we could take some smart, motivated, talented people, lock them in a room
Albert Einstein once famously explained one of his most complicated theories thus: "Put your hand
File transfer, recording, the attention meter.
One of the most frustrating things about webmeetings or virtual team gatherings is that you don't
If you're having trouble getting your team to embrace webinars, video-conferencing or any of t
Most people think virtual meetings are a waste of time. They're right.
Trends in the business, management and learning and development world are cyclical, so it shou
Do you want your people to be productive or do you prefer them to be creative?
It's a common complaint when presenting or leading a meeting online that not enough people par
Around eight out of 10 people who use webmeeting tools or take part in webinars have either ne
Many people claim that online meetings are a big waste of time, and that they'd rather get tog
Most of us work remotely because of decisions our employer makes.
One of the most frequent complaints about preparing webinars and online presentations is that
If you feel like you're wasting time and money with online meetings that don't get the job don
Have you ever heard someone (maybe even yourself) say something like, "when I first start my p
If you are more productive than your coworkers, you'd expect to have a better chance of promot
I had an interesting chat with a prospect yesterday, who told me sometime explicitly that I ha
When a news story hits the internet and makes a splash, some people lose their darned minds.
When one of the world's biggest companies says they want people coming into the office instead
I have been doing a lot of speaking to people about their webinars lately, and the main questi
Has email already become passé?
What do your remote team members and a lovesick football player have in common?
If you think running a remote team or project remotely is tough and you can't get anything acc
One of the most under-utilized tools in the online meeting tool-chest is the "chat" feature.
While I have occasionally ( and probably accurately) described as rude, it has never been inte
Have you ever had one of those moments where you just want to grab someone by the lapels and s
We've all heard of "Death By PowerPoint".
The new year is a great time to ask some fundamental questions about how your project team wor
One of the many things I get accused of regularly is being too hard on IT people.
Before all the shrieking starts, let me warn you I am about to say something nice about Micros
Now that the cynical title of this post has sucked you in, allow me to explain.
If something was wildly unpopular, was hard to operate and didn't get
When you think of presenting online and what makes things difficult or
One of the most frustrating parts of delivering training online is tha
Presenting online is different than presenting in a normal face to fac
After five years of teaching people all over the world to deliver pres
One of the biggest challenges for modern managers isn't a lack of tool
If the Mayans had the internet, they probably wouldn't have chosen thi
Virtual meetings are a fact of life, but that doesn't mean we enjoy th
One of the biggest challenges people have with training or a meeting d
Leadership is a rare enough at the best of times.
One of the hardest things about pulling a functional team together is getting the disparate piece
Do you want your Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) to deliver engaging, interesting and professional webinars and training? It can be a hassle.
Webinars are great marketing and outreach tools, but they can also make you crazy.
If you weren't at ASTD's TechKnowledge2013, you missed our presentation entitled, "The Good, the Bad and the Best: How 3 Companies Moved From the C
The National Speaker's Association (NSA) is the world's premiere organization for professional speakers.
Complaining about online meetings is easy. Making them better takes work.
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Recently we presented at the ASTDTechKnowledge 2012 conference in Las Vegas.
“We bought a web presentation platform but no one is using it- we’re wasting money”
Are you ready for your online presentation or meeting?
Have you forgotten anything?
Are you sure?
Are you doing the one thing necessary to help your online meetings succeed?
Many good classroom instructors and Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) struggle when making the move from the familiar environment of the classroom to t
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