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.
After a recent webinar I got this fabulous question from Liam R.:
In a recent webinar Chaaya asked, "I've been told that you never want 'dead air' in a webinar? Is that good advice?"
A webinar question from Arvid… "I travel a lot. Any tips for doing webinars when you're away from the office?
Katie Stroud is a "learning solutions engineer" who I met on Twitter many moons and projects-worked-on-together ago. As we chatted this morning about missing being at #ASTD2012 this week, she started saying some things worth repeating.
As long as there have been events of any kind, meeting planners and producers have been getting creative to make it all happen. Likewise, pre-recording a presenter or presentation to be used in a live webinar or webcast is true the virtual producers among us.
In a recent webinar Julie asked, "What are your suggestions for marketing to clients who say they don't have time for training?"