Leading Meeting Professionals

Professional Convention Management Association

Webinar: Best Practices for Presenting a Webcast


July 24, 2014 6:00 PM UTC until July 24, 2014 7:00 PM UTC

Webcasting is ultimately a collaborative endeavor between you and your audience. While webcasting software is presentation-based, it is not a one-way street. The best webcasters don’t treat their presentations as linear experiences that are set in stone. They allow them to be transformed in response to audience input, while still following pre-determined direction and plans. Like any other skill, this one takes some time and effort to develop.

Join us for an interactive webcast where we will showcase some of the best practices that bring a webcast to life.

  • Discover how to create anticipation for your presentation
  • Select effective social elements to drive audience engagement
  • Identify tips and tricks of keeping your audience’s attention
  • Determine which data points to look for when evaluating your webcast
Date: Thursday July 24, 2014
Time: 1:00pm Central
Cost: Complimentary

Brought to you by

Emma King, VP of Events & Learning Strategy

Emma works with Fortune 1000 clients to assist them in the selection of technologies suitable to meet training needs.  As the current VP of Learning for INXPO, Emma is responsible for providing strategy and design around building learning centric learning solutions using INXPO's Next Generation Webcasting Solution and Online Events Platform. She brings over 16 years’ experience, working with Fortune 1000 customers, providing Strategic Learning Solutions to help define, operate and optimize their learning initiatives utilizing emerging technologies.  Her views on the status and future of technology-based learning have been shared in publications such as Online Learning Magazine, PCWeek, E-Learning Magazine and the Training Magazine. Emma has delivered webinars on topics including: measuring comprehension, generational learning styles, blended learning, knowledge management, innovations in software simulations, learning practices for small-to-medium sized businesses, and how to align learning technologies with business strategies.

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