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Teleseminars and Webinars: More Than Technology
Sylvia Henderson - Interpersonal Skills Expert Sylvia Henderson - Interpersonal Skills Expert
Olney , MD
Thursday, March 04, 2010

Show Your Professionalism & Personality With Technology
One of the most efficient ways in which to share information, reinforce skills, and market your business or nonprofit is to do so remotely so that everyone involved remains in the comfort of their own environs. Teleseminars and webinars are popular means by which remote presentations and training are achieved. Increasing numbers of individuals and organizations have access to high speed Internet connections and vendors offer free and fee-based tools for teleseminars and webinars.

Increased access and popularity of these tools reveals a wide range of effectiveness with using them.
  • Have you participated in a remote meeting where the organizers spend the first ten minutes figuring out how to make the technology work?
  • Have you spent good money to take a web-based training program only to be frustrated with how boring the experience turned out to be?
  • Do you want to do the same things to your clients?
In this session you will receive and share tools and processes for integrating the interpersonal aspects of presenting and training into the technical resources at your disposal for producing teleseminars and webinars. The actionable information you will take from this session includes:

* How to develop your content for teleseminars and webinars

* Considerations for preparing for a professional remote session

* How to present a teleseminar or webinar and keep your audience involved

You demonstrate your expertise and business capabilities by how professionally you provide valuable content, whether face-to-face or remotely. Remote presentations are easy to set up, yet frequently presented in a way that detracts from the professional image intended to project. Avoid common pitfalls for your remote presentations and present sessions that are congruent with what you say you and your business can do, and who you say you are, in print, on screen, and in person.

Workshop location: The Rockville (MD) Innovation Center, 155 Gibbs St., Rockville, MD 20850

Workshop dates and time: Multiple. See http://www.springboardtraining.com/programs/upcomingsessions-timesensitive for the most current workshop dates and times.

This workshop facilitator, Sylvia Henderson, helps people SHOW they're as great as they SAY they are. She works with individuals and organizations (businesses, associations, non-profits, educational, and government) to make their "people image" (interpersonal skills) match - or exceed - their organizational image for greater profit, more clients, and a higher degree of personal and professional success.

Sign up for monthly content and bring Sylvia to your organization at SylviaHenderson.com.

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Sylvia Henderson
Chief Everything Officer (CEO)
Springboard Training
Olney, MD
202-642-BGR8 (2478)