Death by webinar is rapidly replacing death by PowerPoint! Make your webinars effective and engaging! A webinar is a different animal, requiring different skills and a different energy, where your weaknesses and lack of preparation leaves you completely exposed. Budget cuts and a business focus on everything GREEN makes human resource training via webinars a really attractive option if you can do it effectively. Here is the resource you need for designing and delivering training that justifies your investment and gets the job done well. In this book you will discover the top ten sins of webinars and how to avoid them; how to connect with learners online; the best practices for webinar design, execution, and follow-up; how to use the basic webinar software tools to best advantage, and more. Implementing these techniques and activities are guaranteed to help you involve your participants, make your training memorable, and ensure participant action planning.
Want to calculate the probability that an event will happen? Be able to spot fake data? Prove beyond doubt whether one thing causes another? Or learn to be a better gambler? You can do that and much more with 75 practical and fun hacks packed into Statistics Hacks. These cool tips, tricks, and mind-boggling solutions from the world of statistics, measurement, and research methods will not only amaze and entertain you, but will give you an advantage in several real-world situations-including business. This book is ideal for anyone who likes puzzles, brainteasers, games, gambling, magic tricks, and those who want to apply math and science to everyday circumstances. Several hacks in the first chapter alone-such as the "central limit theorem,", which allows you to know everything by knowing just a little-serve as sound approaches for marketing and other business objectives. Using the tools of inferential statistics, you can understand the way probability works, discover relationships,...
Stephen L. Nelson. PowerPoint 2002 from A to Z: A Quick Reference of More Than 300 Microsoft PowerPoint Tasks, Terms, and TricksPublisher:
Alphabetically organizing its entries by term or task, this reference allows even new users of PowerPoint to easily get answers. With more than 300 entries of key PowerPoint 2002 terms and descriptions of tasks, topics such as descriptions of how to add a chart to a slide, use background music during a presentation, or use a projector are easily found. With the detailed instructions on using the Office Assistant and Microsoft's Knowledge Base system, PowerPoint users quickly learn how to troubleshoot problems. Also included is information about preparing for and passing the core examination for MOUS certification.