Category Archives: webinars

Running large online meetings – Five things to remember

At work I am leading weekly online series of lunch and learns, and lately we have over 2700 people who have signed up to attend.  These sessions are completely volunteer for the attendees / participants, so usually about 1/3 actually … Continue reading

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Flipped Learning – what does that mean? Can it be applied at work for learning?

I first heard about this at the Elliot Masie’s Learning 2010 conference last year and was very taken with the idea.  Here’s the premise shown in this short 2 min. video. What I would like to do is apply this … Continue reading

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The Power of getting your audience to summarize what they just learned from your session

I often participate and lead many education sessions through a web conference and have thought that it is good practice to tell participants upfront what they will be learning (Learning Objectives), include active components during  the session and summarize at … Continue reading

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CEO Global Study 2010 – How Smarter Leaders Collaborate

Yesterday, I had the opportunity to participate in the CEO Global Study 2010 – and present as well as discuss with other leaders how smarter leaders collaborate.  This was an amazing experience!  I will start off with the environment.  I came in … Continue reading

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