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3 Cases Where Virtual Leadership Training Beats In-Person Training

Rick Lepsinger — December 13, 2017 Follow @onpoint_llc — December 13, 2017 EContti / Pixabay Is virtual leadership training superior to more traditional, in-person programs? It’s clear that more and more organizations are using virtual training programs for a variety of reasons, such as virtual training being more efficient, cost-effective, and scalable. These traits are … Continue reading 3 Cases Where Virtual Leadership Training Beats In-Person Training

How Much Should Agencies Charge Clients For In-Person Meetings That Require Extended Travel?

Karl Sakas — June 29, 2017 Follow @KarlSakas — June 29, 2017 ThePixelman / Pixabay How much should your agency charge to fly to visit clients? Enough to cover the Opportunity Cost. One agency owner reached out for help, because one of her new retainer clients was insisting the agency send someone in-person to an … Continue reading How Much Should Agencies Charge Clients For In-Person Meetings That Require Extended Travel?

Top 10 Reasons Online Networking is More Effective Than In-Person Networking

Tracy Darchini — February 16, 2017 — February 16, 2017 Author’s Note: This article was originally published on the Huffington Post and can be found here. Meeting people in real life, face-to-face is important for building professional relationships, but I’d be willing to bet that most of us — whether introverted or extroverted — do … Continue reading Top 10 Reasons Online Networking is More Effective Than In-Person Networking

When Virtual Leadership Training Is Better Than In-Person Training

Rick Lepsinger — November 21, 2016 Follow @onpoint_llc— November 21, 2016 Is virtual leadership training better than the real thing? A recent article by Wall Street Journal writer Catherine Bolgar posed the question and invited me to weigh in. It’s clear more organizations are using virtual training for a variety of reasons. It’s more efficient, … Continue reading When Virtual Leadership Training Is Better Than In-Person Training