Tomorrow’s webinar: Webinars for professional speakers (sponsored by CAPS)

I’m a member of the Canadian Association of Professional Speakers (CAPS) and tomorrow I’m volunteering to help out my association with a professional development webinar designed to teach other speakers, presenters and facilitators how to integrate webinars more effectively into their professional practice:

Webinars for Professional Speakers

Webinars have skyrocketed in popularity in recent years. What does this mean for you as a speaker? What critical things do you need to know to do webinars successfully?

Join us to learn how you can use webinars as part of your own professional practice.

December 13 10:00PST/1:00EST (60 min)

Free for CAPS members (non members $15) Register HERE

You will leave this session with:

•    A clear understanding of what webinars are and why they work.

•    The pros and cons of teleseminars

•    Ideas on how to incorporate webinars successfully into your overall business strategy.

•    Why the majority of webinars stink and how to make sure yours don’t.

•    When and how much you can charge for a webinar.

•    Tips and tricks for producing your own exceptional webinars.

Bio: Sarah Elaine Eaton, Ph.D. (CAPS Calgary), is one of Canada’s leading authorities on webinars. A professional speaker and educator, she teaches others how to incorporate webinars successfully into their own businesses and deliver high quality programs.

December 13 10:00PST/1:00EST (60 min)

Free for CAPS members (non members $15) Register HERE

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Sarah Elaine Eaton is a faculty member in the Werklund School of Education, University of Calgary, Canada.

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