Undercurrent

Thoughts from the Flow Team

Webinar Automation

Benefits of Webinar Automation

Webinar automation provides the ability to pre-record a presentation and simulate a live webinar experience for your participants. Attendees can submit questions, respond to polls/surveys, and download files exactly like the event is live. They’ll never know they are viewing a presentation that was previously recorded.

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The Art of Effectiveness

Webinars- The Art of Effectiveness

Whether you’re looking to transition to an online presentation, or improve your current engagement process, presenters want to know, “How do I connect my message to participants not seated in front of me.” There are 2 key areas we’ll cover to help expand the effectiveness of your online presentations.

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Capturing Your Audience

Capturing Audience Attention

Irrespective of the countless presentations that have allowed you to come to this point in your career, you often find yourself held back by that recurring fear that seems to arise 30 minutes in – are they still listening to me? Here are the top 10 tips on capturing and maintaining the attention of your audience through a screen that go beyond “eye contact”.

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Top 7 Things to help your webinars... and 6 things to avoid

Top Tips to Improve Your Webinars

Producing and conducting live webinars is not easy, and feelings of isolation and uncertainty may cause you to doubt that they are worth the effort. Webinars are a great tool for your organization, and like any other tool, knowing how to best use them is the first… and sometimes the toughest… part.

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What is a Webinar?

What is a Webinar?

When you Google the definition of a webinar, the response provided is “a seminar conducted over the internet.” Oh but there’s so much more! A webinar is an online communication experience that allows participants from around the globe to connect and interact during a presentation.

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ethos pathos and logos

Are you hearing me?

I believe there is a common fundamental foundation for effective human communication – Ethos, Pathos, Logos. I first came across this in a training course in my early 20s. Now, 30 years later, I’ve had plenty of opportunity to practice delivering presentations to international audiences and can vouch for its effectiveness, particularly in our digital world.

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