Where to find some of the best quality free training web seminars on business and professional self-growth.
Ask just about any group of business professionals and they will likely tell how important is quality training to their career advancement. But getting such training via traditional “classroom” methods is often expensive and impractical, as it often requires travel and taking days off from work.
The Internet has changed the dynamics of getting such professional and self-growth training. Now vendors of all kinds offer valuable free training seminars online for the benefit of business professionals of all types. These webinars cover topics that free list of ceo email addresses range from professional topics such Sales, Marketing, and Information Technology to more “personal growth” areas such as wine tasting skills. The seminars are brief, typically one hour long, almost always free, live or recorded, and can be taken right over the web in the convenience of one’s office. To attract professional audience, the vendors typically attract knowledgeable speakers who are often well-known experts in their field. While for the vendors, the attendees and registrants are valuable sales leads, for the business professional these online training events are a very convenient means to learn new skill and stay up to date on the latest in the field.
But with thousands of vendors offering tens of thousands of live and recorded web seminars on virtually any business and self-growth topic, finding the right one quickly can be a challenge.
As a CEO of a vertical search engine specializing in searching for such training webinars, I am very familiar what is out there and who offers some of the best such training opportunities. So decided to write this article as a handy guide to help cut through the clutter, and point some of the best sources of such training resources on the web.
This is by no means a complete list. But the sources described here cover online training sources on a wide variety of business and technology subjects. While the author is associated with one of these websites (Finervista), I hope readers will find the list as useful and comprehensive as I intended it to be. The sources are listed here in alphabetical order: