Presentation experiment: Shy Connector, Six Steps to Sharing, and other presentations in March!

Slideshare’s new Zipcast feature nudged me to experiment with giving more online presentations externally. I regularly give presentations inside IBM using our Lotus Live Meetings service. Because of the usage charges, though, I haven’t gotten around to offering many externally-available presentations. I accept invitations to speak, but I tend not to organize things myself.

I think that’s worth experimenting with. Not only are web conferences a good way to get ideas out to more people, they’re also a great way for me to learn from the questions and answers people have. I’m going to organize weekly presentations, taking advantage of Zipcast’s beta and seeing whether this is something worth investing in going forward.

Why come when you can get the content from my blog or posted presentations?

  • Get extra energy from hearing and seeing me talk about things I’m excited about
  • Ask questions and share your thoughts in the text chat
  • Connect and help me and others learn

Here are the presentations I’m thinking of doing. They’ll be every Saturday in March, 12 noon – 1 PM Eastern Time, and I’ll see if I can hack a way to record and sharing the presentations. Feel free to share these events with others!


The Shy Connector, March 5, 2011, 12pm-1pm EST, http://www.slideshare.net/sachac/meeting
Are you an introvert? I am too! Use these seven tips to help you make the most of your introvert strengths and connect with people.
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Six Steps to Sharing, March 12, 2011, 12pm-1pm EST, http://www.slideshare.net/sachac/meeting
Want to get started in blogging, but don’t think you know anything worth sharing? Here’s how small steps can help you build the habit of sharing and learning online.
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Remote Presentations That Rock, March 19, 2011, 12pm-1pm EST http://www.slideshare.net/sachac/meeting
Want to get better at reaching, teaching, and inspiring people through online presentations? Find it challenging to connect with people or continue the conversation? Use these seven tips to create and deliver remote presentations that rock.
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Get More Value from Blogging, March 26, 2011, 12pm-1pm, http://www.slideshare.net/sachac/meeting
How can you make blogging pay off for you better, personally and professionally? Pick up tips and ask questions in this session!
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  • Rashmi Sheelvant

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