Good business people are always looking for smart ways to enhance their business while getting back valuable time for their personal life.
People Development Team (PDT) in the United Kingdom has found an answer. It is using WebEx to transform how it delivers global development training ranging from management development to leadership, culture change and Unconscious Bias Inclusion training.
With rising fuel costs, travel costs are skyrocketing.
One of the challenges of online training is making sure your audience is involved. “Reading the room” is possible with webcams, but until now, that video has been less than optimal.
But we have good news: we have retooled our product to bring high-quality video to Training Center; offering a more natural class environment with dynamic face-to-face interaction. We have also streamlined the user interface to make using Training Center even easier.
Together@WebEx is a terrific resource with on-demand WebEx recordings from a host of leaders and trainers focusing on a number of topics.
Today, we are focusing on leadership. The webinars below are free and accessible at any time so you can listen to them at your convenience. You do not need a WebEx account to view these recordings.
Watch How to be a Great Leader: Five Key Attributes Most organizations have enjoyed lower turnover over the last several quarters, yet retention is still top of mind as the economic recovery continues. “Great leaders keep great people” is an easy idea to agree on, but how to identify and develop great leaders is a difficult question to answer. The discussion includes five specific attributes that differentiate great leaders from Read More »
Stephanie Bennett is a research psychologist for Down Syndrome Education International, a UK-based charity that works to improve education for young people with Down syndrome. Stephanie does a lot of research into the development of children with Down syndrome and then shares her research with parents and professionals around the world.
Making communication simple, personal and immediate.
Before January of last year, she was relying on a website and newsletters to communicate but it presented challenges. “We wanted to find a better, more interactive way of educating those who need to know about Down syndrome in a more simple and timely matter – be it a parent or professional,” she explains. Read More »
Kroma Makeup serves customers better with unified communications.
The second company we’re highlighting during Small Business Week is Kroma Makeup, which manufactures and distributes a line of wholesale and retail makeup products. In addition to five retail locations and 3,000 retail customers, the company also provides its products to plastic surgeons, dermatologists, and medical spas, so providing an excellent service experience was key to retaining its clients. But the company was losing sales because employees were missing important calls.