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.
You know that feeling you get after a good conference, training session or great speech?
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
An in-depth web conferencing comparison and buying guide. So you’re looking to buy the perfect web conferencing product for your sales team? You’ve come to the right place! This series of posts was designed with you in mind. Start with Part 1.
11 Signs Your Meetings are Bad
An Infographic from PGI
Web based training or eLearning is increasing in popularly and for good reason. There are many benefits of training employees online but there are also limitations. Here’s a review of eLearning Pros and Cons and some ways you can make the Cons disappear.
Meetings are great places to showcase your mental acuity. There’s no better place really. Your co-workers are present, your boss is present, everyone who has a say in your career path is present. That means it’s time for you to shine. Set a good example, show off your smarts and ensure effective meetings with these … Continued
What’s the best way to advance your career? Simply, it’s to find out what your boss or their boss wants and exceed their expectations. One way to do this is to become a successful meeting expert. The ability to successfully manage a meeting is rare. Who among us hasn’t been to a horrible, boring, unproductive … Continued
Buying web conferencing software can be a daunting process. Meetings are important. Companies invest time and money into meetings because the outcome of meetings can be so much greater than the resources put into a meeting – the next great idea – the next big client – the plan that will generate more revenue – … Continued