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Collaboration and Leadership

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Date: Thu, 22 Mar 2007 12:15:05 -0400
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Limited (FREE) Registration Now Open for a Live Webinar

Title: From Working Together to Thinking Together: Building Collaborative
Advantage

Speaker: Janet Salmons, Ph.D.

Date: Thursday, March 29, 2007 

Time: 11:00 am EST (Arrive at 10:30 for a tutorial on Elluminate)
Presentation will last 1.5 hours with 0.5 hours for questions after the
presentation.

Cost: FREE - But 1st come first seated - limited seating.

More Information: http://www.trainerspod.com/info/
<http://www.trainerspod.com/info/> 

Register: http://www.Trainerspod.com/register

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Event Background 

What is collaboration? We'll define it as: "an interactive process that
engages two or more participants who work together to achieve outcomes they
could not accomplish independently." The Collaborative advantage refers to
the synergistic outcomes that could not have been achieved by any player
acting alone. To achieve collaborative advantage, participants need to do
more than work together-they need to think together. 

Achieving collaborative advantage means: new ideas and innovation; shared
ideas and learning. Organization of the process and project can help
participants achieve collaborative advantage online in the workplace or in
an academic class. 

Internet and communications technologies offer new opportunities and new
challenges for collaboration within or across organizations. This session
will provide conceptual frameworks and practical tips for successful
collaboration in a digitally connected world.

About the Presenter 

Join in the discussion with Janet Salmons, Ph.D., consultant through
Vision2Lead, Inc., online graduate faculty member at Capella University and
editor of the forthcoming book, A Handbook of Research on Electronic
Collaboration and Organizational Synergy.

We have limited "seats" for this event. The webinar is entirely free of
charge and there is a huge level of interest in hearing about open-source
applications. Seats will be allocated on a first come first served basis.
Register for the event by visiting: http://www.trainerspod.com/register. 

The minimum PC requirements are a Pentium III 500 Mhz CPU running Windows
98/ME/2000/XP with 128MB of memory and a sound card.  The minimum Mac
requirements are Mac OS 9.1/9.2, Mac OS X 10.1.5/10.2/10.3/10.4, running on
a G3 233 Mhz CPU with either 64 MB (OS 9), 128 MB (OS X 10.1.5/10.2/10.3) or
256 MB (OS X 10.4).

To get maximum benefit from Elluminate Live!, all users should have a
microphone and speakers.

Trainerspod.com <http://www.trainerspod.com>  seeks to provide free access
to these events to raise knowledge and awareness of the issues, practices
and needs of e-Learning practitioners and researchers around the world.

We are indebted to Elluminate (www.elluminate.com
<http://www.elliuminate.com> ) in sponsoring us and providing a platform for
the exchange of knowledge.

Visit http://www.elluminate.com/support-portal/ to search for a solution or
contact a support representative.

Also visit www.elluminate.com/support

TRAINERSPODC - 2007 - All rights reserved
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USF
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