Dec 09 2015

So You Want to Host a Web Meeting? A Resource

webconferencingA long time ago in a planet far far away, a group of people asked if I could share some of my web meeting tips. I have a lot of tips, most of them learned from many many colleagues from all over, both from watching the masters work and from resources they have created. Finally, I got around to starting the project. It was supposed to be a “tip sheet” of 1 page, both sides. hahahahahaha…

Because I love my smart friends like Pete Cranston (the instigator, I might add) http://uk.linkedin.com/in/petercranston, Susan Stewart http://guidedmeetings.com/ and Bonnie Koenig http://www.goinginternational.com/about/, I started a google doc. They added ideas, and I started writing.  You can see the genesis here.

Many pages later we have  So Yo Want to Host a Web Meeting? I hope you find it useful, and as always, I welcome comments, suggestions for improvements, additional resources, and catching me if I did not attribute properly. The latter was very difficult because so much of this has been learned along the way and ingrained into my practice. The challenges of standing on so many shoulders!!

Edit: 2/17/16 A great pre-webinar activity for when people are logged on and waiting for the meeting to begin from Rachel Smith at The Grovehttp://www.grove.com/pdfs/Do-Nows.pdf 

3 responses so far

3 Responses to “So You Want to Host a Web Meeting? A Resource”

  1. Nancy Settle-Murphyon 10 Dec 2015 at 4:03 pm

    Dear Nancy and team, Wow!!! I love this so much. So much commonsense wisdom, plus dozens of practical tips, examples, and great ideas – many not intuitive – all in one short guidebook. And the writing and illustrations are just so impressive. I want to share this with so many people! You have outdone yourself this time. There’s something here for everyone, even for those of us who think we’re pretty far along the virtual meeting evolutionary scale… Thank you for so generously sharing your wisdom, humor, experience, and sense of fun. I am in awe.

  2. Nancy Whiteon 10 Dec 2015 at 4:38 pm

    Coming from you Nancy S-M, that means a LOT! Thank you!

  3. Mark Hammersleyon 11 Dec 2015 at 5:00 am

    Thanks Nancy et al. What a great resource. Well done!

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