Tuesday, June 08, 2004

Free Web seminars in June

"Creativity and Innovation: Keys to Corporate Growth". On June 16th at 1 p.m. EDT, entrepreneur, psychologist, and attorney Dr. Jerry Cahn will discuss how to "understand the relationship between creativity and innovation, stimulate employee creativity, develop a business case for innovation, [and] build an innovative culture." His talk is sponsored by Presentation Excellence.

"Online Retail Metrics: Benchmarking and Best Practices Guide." On June 22nd at 2 p.m. EDT, Patti Freeman Evans, analyst with Jupiter Research, will discuss "why setting clear, measurable goals and defining key performance indicators are vital to making the most out of your Web metrics," as well as best practices for tracking and sharing data.

"Needs Assessment: Finding the Right Focus." Learn how to assess learning needs and increase the effectiveness of your programs in this Webinar on June 23rd at 2 p.m. EDT, sponsored by Thomson/NETg and CLO magazine. Panelists include Jim L'Allier, chief learning officer and VP for research and development at NETg, and Steve Mosley, director of training and employee development for Alltel.

"The High-Performance Learning Organization: Research Results from 285 Organizations Worldwide." On June 24th at 2 p.m. EDT, Jeanne Meister, VP of market development for Accenture Learning; Brenda Sugrue, ASTD's own senior director of research; and Ray Vigil, CLO of Humana, Inc. will join together to discuss Accenture's research aimed at disovering "the specific practices, tools and technologies that drive high performance learning organizations."

"Winning Sales Presentations". Communispond is offering this free Webinar on June 24th at 11 a.m. EDT. It will cover active listening skills that can enable your sales staff "to deliver credible and concise presentations that are tailored to the customer’s own key objectives" and increase sales. Webinar registrants will also receive a free copy of the whitepaper "The Top Ten Reasons Why Sales Presentations Fail."

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