Set Expectations of What’s Okay to Post to Social Networks

This is my one and only tip in regards to dealing with heavy social networkers and meeting content: When you rely on common sense, you’re relying on subjectivity. As the meeting organizer, you should assume that any content you share during your meeting will make it out into our wonderfully grand World Wide Web. If …

What Technology Are You Using to Sell To Your Agreement Network? Types of Meetings That Work Well Virtually.

Sales Enablement Forrester Analyst Scott Santucci gave us all a really fantastic sound byte at the Forrester Marketing Forum 2010 in LA last week: “Sales has gone from selling to “a person” to selling to an “agreement network”. The implications are endless: longer sales cycles more relationships to build harder to generate trust and buy-in …

Be a Better Virtual Presenter

It’s true, we often take for granted the virtual stage. There are certain nuances that are void – being able to speak with your hands, smile, shake a hand. David Goad sums up nicely three tips on how to be a more effective virtual presenter in his post today – all of which I’m sure …

Modern Meeting Etiquette

In the past several weeks, I’ve noticed that different people have different levels of acceptable “meeting etiquette”… When is it ok to leave the room? When is it ok to take a call? What if this is a lunch working session? Here are some tips and learnings from me (someone who is a 50/50 split …

I love a good meeting, and this is why (or, 6 Musts For A Productive Meeting)

Do you love meetings? I love meetings. Let me tell you why.I live in San Francisco. My teams are in Georgia, Texas, Kansas, Colorado, New Jersey, and all over Europe and Asia Pac. Virtual communication – email, chat, sms, web and audio meetings are my primary form of communication with my peers.You can’t get stuff …