Start with the story, then add the facts.
Toastmasters International is finally allowing clubs to be formed and conducted entirely online. To the best of my knowledge, though, the Competent Communication manual, their essential guide, does not have an online equivalent – until now, that is.
Recently I (Roger Courville) did a short presentation plus extended interview for the gracious Toastmasters District 47. My host, David Carr, was the consummate journalist and moderator who provided me with the following questions in advance. I share so you can see how we think here at EventBuilder.
Organizations tend to get professional services assistance for one of two reasons: they can’t do something or they don’t want to. There are variations of those, of course (such as “we want a backup plan”).
Hosting a panel discussion using a video or web conferencing technology (e.g., Skype for Business, GoToWebinar) isn’t hard, but it is a little different. You know how we aren’t fans of the word webinar, and this is a good example of a communication use case where the most common paradigm of what a webinar is just isn’t useful.
Are you leaving money on the table because your webinars are still partying like it’s 1999?