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6 recommendations for creating video content by the New Year!

Let me guess. You had a lovely summer vacation, turned into a stress case for September and October, and you’re procrastinating right now while daydreaming about gravy-covered potatoes. We understand, and we’re getting into the festive spirit with you, but Content is still King, and you’re going to come back to your desk in January…

WIR — March 11, 2013

In the news last week: The release of Sheryl Sandberg’s book, Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead has people talking. Jorge Bergoglio was elected the new Pope. Here’s what we talked about at Worktank last weeK; 1. Do you know how to lead effective meetings? Head to Forbes to read up on…

The Benefits Of Video In Webcast (Part 2)

Visual Cues In Communication From the perspective of communication and meaning, there is much that is lost when hearing a voice without also seeing the accompanying facial expression and gestures. Non-verbal communication – facial expression, gestures, eye contact, posture – is an essential part of communication that animates our spoken words very much like punctuation…

The Benefits Of Video In Webcast (Part 1)

Introduction While providing technical support on a recent virtual event for a customer who broadcasts not just audio and slides, but also live simulcast video, I noticed that, although the slides were beautifully crafted, and the most prominent feature on the event page, most of the time, my eyes were locked on the video of…