My article The Wide World of Hybrid Toastmasters from the March 2023 issue of Toastmasters Magazine was based on my own experiences at Club Awesome Toastmasters in Coral Springs, Florida, and interviews with others.
The article aimed to show the range of simple to sophisticated technology options available, as well as the important leadership and organizational dimensions of what makes a successful hybrid club.
Saturday December 12, 2020 11:00 AM EST to 12:00 PM EST
Join David F. Carr for a workshop on how to use the web and all its connections to social media and search engines more effectively, whether that’s for a club website, a business website, or your pro speaker website.
David is a versatile and inventive writer, editor, and web and digital media consultant. He is the author of Social Collaboration for Dummies, a past editor of InformationWeek, Baseline Magazine, and Internet World, and a consultant to businesses seeking to tell a clear, compelling story about their products and services. He became a web developer as a way of learning to apply practical lessons from his research on what makes websites and online businesses successful.
This webinar is being advertised to Toastmasters as part of David’s WordPress for Toastmasters project but you do not need to be a Toastmaster to attend.
In the past week, he has participated in similar training sessions for District 47 and for District 4 (see blog post and replay).
A freelance writer, editor, and digital consultant, David is the author of Social Collaboration for Dummies and has been a main stage speaker at technology conferences in Lisbon, Berlin, and Stockholm. He previously served as an editor for InformationWeek and is a current contributor to The Enterprisers Project.
David will also be recruiting other Online Presenters members to assist.
Online event link https://zoom.us/j/4747471963 – sign in a few minutes early, particularly if you have not used the Zoom software before and will need to download it.
Register below for updates and related information.
Zoom provides a great, economical option for hosting online meetings, but it’s a mistake to think everyone will instantly understand how to use it to get work done. In addition to mastering the technology, getting coworkers, collaborators, partners and everyone else you’re meeting with up to speed on the etiquette and social issues of interacting online is not necessarily easy.
Join David F. Carr, author of Social Collaboration for Dummies and founder of Online Presenters Toastmasters (which holds weekly online meetings), for this free webinar. To hire David to give a briefing to your organization, email him and include “Zoom training” in the subject line.
The editor of The Enterprisers Project Laurianne McLaughlin, who I previously worked with at InformationWeek, recently recruited me to write a series of articles on digital transformation, as well as other topics like Robotic Process Automation and IT careers.
This publication has a single sponsor, Red Hat, but I consider this work journalism rather than content marketing. These are the sort of useful, practical articles we strove to publish at InformationWeek (at its best) about savvy applications of information technology.
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