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Design is everything: five techniques for designing an interactive virtual class Cindy Huggett had some great interaction from the beginning in the chat and with Cindy using polls and a separate chat window to understand our role and find out our burning questions. The five techniques for interactive virtual design: defining great design great openings... Continue Reading →
Tweets from this session used #T2S1 Philip Green, Co-founder and Director of Onlignment, opened his session with the Kenneth H. Blanchard quote “none of us is as smart as all of us”, encouraging the audience that we might learn from each other. Phil encouraged some interaction in the room at our tables discussing differences between... Continue Reading →
I’ve read the first four chapters of Presentation Zen by Garr Reynolds. This was loaned to me by Craig Taylor and he’s asked me to share my thoughts… I like that the use of the “Zen” part so far at a high level – this isn't a book on Zen in any depth whatsoever. This... Continue Reading →