Are your key team members and their home office setups, are setting your business up for success, or sabotaging your brand? It is time to say “Your virtual office needs an audit”
If your organization, no matter the size, has not written an official Virtual Policy we should talk. Reach out to us!
Talk directly to your audience and GoLive on social media, here is a quick guide to start on Facebook, LinkedIn and Instagram.
Vanity is back according to your virtual appearance, but not in a “Hollywood” presentation kind of way. Vanity is back in a Zoom, ½ suit, touch up my appearance kind of way.
Let’s break “virtual” bread! Set up your next virtual meeting with a twist to create a fun and engaging team meeting. I cannot tell you how much fun it is to coach a team through this TEAM building exercise
A Virtual Team Operating Agreement (TOA) serves as the guidelines and ground rules that help virtual team members collaborate at their best.
Adapting In-Person Skills to the Virtual Environment. Techniques for advanced presenters – The first advanced skill to adapt is…Eye contact.
Performance and your virtual workforce. Read how to keep your TEAM engaged while working remotely and isolation creeps in.
CORONAVIRUS: Leading and Protecting your Team. 3 things you need to know if your team are moving from being co-located to exclusively virtual
We are excited to announce the revival of Webinar in a Weekend! This event will be hosted only once in 2020 offering public registration. Build your next virtual presentation in just 3 days!
Good news to rock your next presentation! Keep reading for exciting news on how our @AmazonKindle launch can benefit you: I am absolutely passionate about helping you structure your next in-person or virtual presentation. After 20+ years as a corporate...
Take a look at our top 5 virtual presentation preparation hacks to use before delivering an engaging, composed virtual or in-person presentation.
You are Amazing. Engaging. Effective. You begin with a Placeholder Slide, include a clear Objective Slide and end with a Let’s Connect Slide. I absolutely LOVE the way you are structured.
Everything Webinar asked me to chime in on this issue’s theme by picking one of my greatest frustrations with virtual meeting platforms. It’s hard to pick a single feature that “everyone gets wrong,” since I can usually find at least one vendor who has recognized and solved the problem.
Do you present with a value word? Gratitude is the word for 2019, read on to find out why the concept of a value word is so powerful.
Building a Virtual Team Or Virtual Team Building? These are two very different phases for virtual teams. Do you know which phase you are in?
You will take the first step to becoming a better presenter by reading our top ten virtual presentation design tips!
Two words presenters should NEVER say – But Almost Always do! Clearly you have given a presentation in the past or you will present in the near future if the title of this post caught your attention. I wonder what these two words are is a question roaming through your mind. Have I ever spoken these two words?
When it comes to virtual webinars or training sessions you always want to set yourself up for success when attending a webinar.
When you are presenting to multi-cultural audiences please be aware there may be significant differences in the use of certain linguistic terms. You would be well suited to flesh out these terms in advance!
Just the other day I challenged Jeff Gross to craft his company message in less than two sentences (or 25 words) so the message could be easily shared. Jeff took the challenge and completed the task like a true leader.
How do I build a successful virtual team? Your need understand how you are viewed as a virtual leader you can begin the virtual team building. process.
Dear Presentation Diary from a panicked presenter – please help I accepted the presentation task and then ran to the restroom to vomit!
Everything Webinar, LLC has created a very simple structure to help in designing presentations. We are “Paint By Numbers” for Presentations. We have taken a very complicated design process and simplified it; just like Max Klein and Dan Robbins did all those years ago.