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As a specialist in face-to-face communication, when I first heard of the concept of webinars, I was very skeptical and hesitant to seriously consider them as an alternative means to share my knowledge with others.

How wrong I was!

I spent almost 18 months attending and researching webinars, learning what makes them effective – and what gets in the way of having this technology really deliver the outcomes that are often promised in the promotional pieces we receive about them. I’ve attended some that I logged out of after only 10 minutes, and others I wish would go on for much longer than the advertised 90 minutes. During some I’ve read my emails – during others I’ve been glued to the screen and taken copious notes!

If I’m going to do something, I am committed to doing it well. So I’ve invested in attending webinars on how to run great webinars and learned from leaders in this field. And I’ve incorporated ‘best practices’ in webinar delivery so my clients can reap the benefit.

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Webinars Testimonials

“Thanks you so much for your webinar series on Powerful and Persuasive Presentations … with Pizzazz! I have used what I have learned a number of times already and I have found it invaluable!” 

Kellie Wright, Business Development Manager QLD, Rockend Real Estate Software



“Thank you so much for a really enlightening and encouraging webinar series. The knowledge I’ve acquired is definitely being invested into actions from which my confidence is already benefiting.” 

Briana Davie, PhD student, Medicinal Chemistry and Drug Discovery Biology, Monash Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences


“Sandi, thank you for yesterday’s webinar in the Creating More Confidence in your Life series. I am really finding them very helpful.”

Kerry Cuskelly, Library Manager


“Sandi, I just wanted to say a great big ‘Thank you’ for being such an inspiration and having so much faith in me. I spoke at a Conference last week and didn’t die of nerves – so once again, thank you for your encouragement over the past couple of years. I am sure that I could not have done so well without you.”

Jacquelene Brotherton, Transport Manager, Oxford Cold Storage


 

"Hi Sandi - thank you for your experience and insight provided to me over the course of 2011. It has truly fostered personal growth."

Alex Makings, State Revenue Office Victoria

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