Every meeting blog and tip-sheet says you need an agenda to have an effective meeting. That’s true for both in-person and virtual meetings. But the agenda actually comes later in the planning process. In order to create an effective agenda, you first need to perform a few other steps, starting with identifying your meeting objective. … Continued
Destin is an engineer from Alabama with a YouTube channel called Smarter Every Day. His video, below, is worth a watch for any trainer. It reminds us that changing human behavior is a daunting task to undertake especially when that human is an adult.
Many of our corporate training clients are looking for more ways to engage their online learners. As you probably already know, fun is a key element in learning. For the old and young alike, fun makes learning and remembering easier.
"Skype for Business works great, except when I really need it to…"
Al Pittampalli, author of “Read this Before Our Next Meeting” and proponent of what he calls ‘the modern meeting’, has a pretty great webinar series.
Many of our clients struggle with making online training as effective as in-person training. After sixteen years in the business, we’ve seen various methods help to increase the effectiveness of online training. But none are as powerful as the proper use of breakout sessions.
You know that feeling you get after a good conference, training session or great speech?
The infographic below outlines how to plan an effective meeting. Whether you’re planning an in-person meeting, an audio conference, web conference or video conference, a good meeting starts with a commitment to meeting prep. See how it works below.
In his book, What’s the future of Business: Changing the Way Businesses Create Experiences, Brian Solis explains how you can harness the power of experience design to grow your business. By designing an innovative user experience, you can improve business performance, increase engagement and create better relationships with your customers and prospects. In short, business … Continued
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