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Seamlessly Transitioning Presentations with Pre/Post Slideshows 

Aaron Wolowiec

Kate shares some solutions to the challenge of having “pre-session” rotating slides to show before a presentation and having to swap slideshows for the presentation itself - which often looks and feels clunky. Here's her solution to this big little issue!

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For Presenters: A Virtual Event Checklist

Blue Sky eLearn

Whether your presenters are experienced in presenting to a virtual audience or not, it’s never a bad idea to have a checklist for them to run through. Even if some of these items seem obvious, you never know what someone may forget to do before it’s time for them to present!

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Tips for New Online Instructors and Virtual Presenters

WBT Systems

Tips for New Online Instructors and Virtual Presenters. Read more about Tips for New Online Instructors and Virtual Presenters.

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How Technology’s Past and Present Will Affect Future Member Experiences

Higher Logic

The post How Technology’s Past and Present Will Affect Future Member Experiences appeared first on Higher Logic. The post How Technology’s Past and Present Will Affect Future Member Experiences appeared first on Higher Logic. There’s also a fascinating look into the future! .

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Membership Recruitment: Converting Your Toughest Prospects

Implement it in sales presentations. Download this FREE infographic, Why Join an Association , and start using it as your go-to recruitment and retention tool. Post it on your website. Or use it as inspiration to create your own version. Infographics have power. They're a quick read. AND they work!

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5 tips to elevate remote speakers presenting to an in-person audience

Aaron Wolowiec

While it may not be possible to replicate every aspect of an in-person presentation, with the right planning, coaching, and mentoring, remote speakers can still be highly effective. Here are five considerations as you work with remote speakers presenting primarily to an in-person audience.

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Presentation on Designing Presentations

Spark Consulting

My spouse is in the process of changing from an implementation engineering role to more of a business development role at his company, with the result that he’s having to do more presenting. My favorite presentation tips include: Start with what you want people to do as a result of your presentation.

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How to Sell Your Board on Better Technology

Use this blueprint to craft a presentation that justifies the investment to your board. DON’T TALK TO YOUR BOARD UNTIL YOU READ THIS. Looking to get your board “on board” with better association-specific software ?

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LIVE DEMO: Using PowerPoint to Create Compelling Presentations for Virtual Training

Speaker: Richard Goring, Director at BrightCarbon

Powerpoint has excellent features that, with a bit of creativity, can help you improve your presentations and keep your people engaged without going over budget. Compelling content is paramount, but trying to do so with the same tools you've always used is complicated, right?

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Brain Fog HQ: Memory Enhancement Techniques for Professional Development

Speaker: Chester Santos – Author, International Keynote Speaker, Executive Coach, Corporate Trainer, Memory Expert, U.S. Memory Champion

In this entertaining and interactive presentation, Chester Santos, "The International Man of Memory," will assist you in developing life-changing skills that will greatly enhance your professional development and lifelong learning.

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The L&D Strategy Roundtable

Speaker: Cara North - Learning & Development Consultant, Speaker, & Researcher | Maggie Quigley - Senior Account Executive for US Market Userlane

In this webinar, Cara North, an L&D researcher and consultant, and Maggie Quigley, an L&D specialist, will address that question, present both successful and unsuccessful case studies, and teach you: Factors that increase L&D costs. How to improve the ROI of your present program if your company cannot afford to replace it.

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Why Most eLearning Fails: How to Create eLearning that Gets Results

Speaker: Tim Slade, Speaker, Author, and Creator of The eLearning Designer's Academy

This is compounded even more when the slideshow-like presentation is interrupted with several poorly written quiz questions and cheesy animations to make it all seem “fun.”. In this session, we will explore many of the reasons why most eLearning fails and the components that contribute to bad eLearning design.

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Authentic eLearning Localization: Challenges and Best Practices

Speaker: Chris Paxton McMillin, President of D3 Training Solutions

In addition to ensuring your text and narration get converted to the target language accurately, how your content is presented with images and tone must also be culturally appropriate and acceptable. Here’s the good news: even if you are only fluent in your native language, the process isn’t as daunting as you might think.