Use the new, free version of WebEx Meetings to promote your business to the WebEx network (click in and see how many people are using WebEx right now)!
All you need to do is record your WebEx and publish it to WebEx Channels. It’s easy!
With a free, WebEx Basic Account, create an online recording of anything that can help your business:
- use video via your webcam to provide a product demo
- share slides via desktop sharing to review a sales presentation
- a combination of both to provide a behind-the-scenes look at your business
Then, once your WebEx is recorded, post it to WebEx Channels, our online library of content on almost any topic! WebEx Channels is available to everyone and will help increase the chances of your content being picked up by search engines. It’s also a great way to host your content that’s fast and easy and doesn’t require touching your existing website.
Here are a few tips to make recording a success. Read More »
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A great way to get more from your next meeting is to record it.
By recording you can focus on the interactions and worry less about taking notes. You can also share the recording with those who couldn’t make the meeting. You can even intentionally record a session to share publicly on your website or via social media.
Here’s what you need to know. Read More »
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A high five to Zeus Kerravala for hitting the nail on the head in his response to a recent Forbes article predicting the demise of telepresence as we know it. Here’s the key quote:
“The real question to be asked here is whether there is enough innovation left in telepresence to allow Polycom and Cisco to stay ahead of the commodity curve, and I think the answer to that is yes.”
Yes, Virginia, there is such a thing as a dancing elephant. Why, just a mere five or so years ago, telepresence was just a twinkle in John Chamber’s eye. Allow me to meander down memory lane. . .
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Leadership is not reserved for the people at the top of an organization.
For a team or organization to truly move forward in an aligned and synergistic way, everyone has to be involved and feel that they can contribute in a meaningful way—no matter their role.
You can make a difference and tap your leadership skills. Learn how in this free WebEx webinar on Wednesday, May 23.
Register now. [Post event, click here to listen to the recording.]
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It’s not enough just to hire the best people for your business; good managers become their guide, coach and cheerleader as well.
Your employees want to do well and you have the opportunity to help them. Here are five things you can do to encourage them. When you are getting the best out of everyone on your team, you will also succeed.
1. Give Your Team a Clear Purpose
How your business performs is by and large dependent on its people, and those people need to know that their individual goals are helping move the company forward.
Derek Johnston, senior executive at the Centre for Competitiveness, recommends that all team members need to know exactly what they are trying to do, just as a sports team agrees what the objective is (get the ball in the net, cross the line first). This is one of the first things you can do to make team members work effectively.
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