Today’s post is brought to by David Carr, founder of a groundbreaking Toastmasters group that is entirely virtual. As you might imagine, this meant rethinking what a speech contest looks like. The process was well-thought out, hiccups were minor, and I thought there was something to be learned from the David's club's experience. Please join me in thanking David for sharing here.
A couple years ago I had a conversation with a friend of mine at a large conferencing company who secretly confided in me that he didn't use said company's web conferencing solution. Instead, he confessed, he used a little screensharing app that 'just gets the job done.' A very brief summary of the conversation is this: "sometimes you just need to show your desktop."
In my webinar handouts I include additional links that you might find useful, and apparently in my latest handout the link was corrupt. So rather than making you dig through my blog for where I posted that in the past, here it is again... http://bit.ly/CfG69