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Get Control of Attendance: Increase Turnout for Training!

Tuesday, May 9, 2017 12:00pm - 1:00pm EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Mike Song, CEO, GetControl.net

What good is training if no one attends? Many learning professionals are excellent trainers, but terrible promoters. In this webcast, you’ll discover innovative ways to increase audience size for e-learning courses, webinars, and live events.

Discover eight critical success factors that will help you build excitement, drive participation, and develop repeat users for your training programs, including:

  1. how to evolve traditional delivery silos, provide continuous learning, and free end users to learn anytime, anywhere
  2. how to use the Google keyword tool and emotional hot spots to develop the right power words to blend into your training announcements
  3. ways to remove participation obstacles and create clear pathways to your programs.
     

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Presenter

Mike Song
Mike Song

CEO, GetControl.net

Mike Song is one of the world’s leading technology and time management experts. His keynote speeches and workshops motivate participants to get organized, prioritized, and energized to excel. In addition to Zip! Tips: The Fastest Way to Get More Done, he’s the lead author of the bestselling email and meeting effectiveness books, including The Hamster Revolution. Mike is CEO and Founder of GetControl.net, an internationally renowned productivity training company. He has touched millions through interviews with Good Morning America, CNN, CNBC, NPR, and the Wall Street Journal. He has provided speeches, training, and e-learning courses to 20 percent of the Fortune 500, including Mercedes, Capital One, Novartis, Microsoft, and McDonald’s. Mike has been awarded a U.S. Patent for his universal organizational system, called COTA. Mike has even helped the secret service, FBI, navy, and army communicate and manage information more effectively.


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