As our workforce is distributed, our learning and training must also go virtual. Becky s book provides the tools to design and deliver webinars the right way interactive, creative, and engaging. Using these tools, you can match the learning that takes place in an instructor-led, participant-centered classroom. --Elliott Masie Chair, The Learning CONSORTIUM
Webinars with Wow Factor is clearly a valuable resource for anyone looking to use webinars as an effective tool. I have spread the word that this book is a must read for everyone in our organization involved in conducting webinars and look forward to improved results in our already successful webinar efforts because of this great book! --Mike Broderick CEO, Turning Technologies, LLC.
I thought your book was wonderful! I will definitely be using some of your tips and tricks in my work. There were so many times throughout reading that I thought, Exactly! or Hmmm. Do I do that? or Oh, boy! We better start doing that! Thank you for making me think deeper about what I do on a daily basis. --Heather Clevenger Webinar and Partner Marketing Manager Elluminate, Inc.
About the Author
Over the past five years, Becky Pike Pluth M.Ed. has designed and delivered more than one hundred interactive webinars on a variety of topics including sales, customer service, product training, and compliance. Her sessions on how to conduct interactive webinars have included standing-room only audiences for the American Society for Training and Development and Training 2009. With more than thirteen years of experience in training delivery and design, project management, and business operations, she has worked with sixteen of the Fortune 100 companies. In designing these interactive webinar tools, Pluth has utilized sustainable change and adult learning principles. Her methods are transferable, immediately applicable, and highly effective. She is also the author of 101 Movie Clips that Teach and Train. Pluth is Vice President of Training and Development at The Bob Pike Group, which consults on participant-centered training.