Free Webinar Access Until April 30, 2013

Get your free access to the 2/23/13 webinar “New Thinking in Content Delivery & Engagement” with instructor Howard Givner, Executive Director of Event Leadership Institute.

The webinar was a resounding success with registrations from across the US, standing room only in a private viewing session at Event Resources, and feedback that rated the webinar “Good” to “Excellent” from 99% of the participants. If you didn’t have the opportunity to view it live, here’s your chance.

Until April 30, 2013, the webinar will be available at no charge, courtesy of Event Resources.

Please find below instructions below in the shaded box on how to access the recorded webinar session and PDF slide presentation. When prompted, enter the promotional code provided to view the slides and video segment. Should you have any questions, feel free to contact Event Leadership Institute at (917) 301-6092 or via email


1. Click the link to the class page here.

2. Click the blue button that reads “$40 Buy Now” (Note: when asked for payment, you will enter the promo code instead).

3. Next, please complete our basic registration for access to content and submit. If a current member, please log in.

4. Once on the next screen, click “Have Promo Code?” (enter code: ELI_Content Delivery and Engagement_VIDEO).

5. You will now see that the balance for payment is $0.00; Click Proceed to Payment and this will then take you back to the class page where you can access the video and slides.

About “New Thinking on Content Delivery and Audience Engagement Webinar”

This webinar highlights a wide variety of methods to change up the way content is delivered at your event and how your attendees are engaged, with guidance on what types of events they are appropriate for including:

Fishbowl Set Ups

Flash Learning Mobs

Genius Bars

Immersion Events

…… and more ideas to take your event engagement to the next level!


Learning Outcomes:

1. Explain how your event can provide value in a world where content is available everywhere.

2. Identify several seating and environmental changes you can make to your meeting to better suit your specific audience and objectives.

3. Differentiate between several different presentation formats, and select the one that is appropriate for your content and attendees.

4. Explain the pros and cons of different models for processing audience feedback and questions, and identify how to select the one that is right for a given event.

More educational events are planned for 2013.

To join our mailing list for future events,  kindly contact Mary Beth Staron at 860-528-1343 or email



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