I’ve been called the Michael Jordan of online presentations and virtual classes.
Most of the time, however, I’m a just an exceedingly normal guy who speaks, trains, consults, and writes about psychosocial effectiveness when communicating via web/audio/video conferencing (e.g., webinars/web seminars, virtual presentations, webcasts, virtual classrooms).
A veteran of the web conferencing industry (since the modem days of 1999), I’ve taught tens of thousands people worldwide, and I’ve reached tens of thousands more with writing appearances, interviews, and while sitting in airports.
My 2008 white paper “Five Keys to Moving Training Online” won TrainingZone.co.uk’s Reader’s Choice Award for “Top Download of the Year.”
What else should you know?
- I’m not a big fan of the word “webinar,” but may be just smart enough to use it on this blog for SEO purposes.
- My future-thinking keynotes about trends, connectorship, and the impact of technology on relationship are more like pragmatic training sessions than “talk at you” keynotes.
- My life calling is helping people have aha! moments, master new skills, and rock new stages – some of them virtual.
- I believe we’re already evolving out of the Information Age and, in the midst of the overwhelm, need a new way of thinking about it and doing something about it.