Be ready and more prepared than ever before. Here's what you'll gain from our crash course that will revolutionize your approach to presenting remotely on the job.
Preparing Your Message
Good openings are sure-fire crowd-pleasers.
Don't bore them at the beginning!
Delivering Your Presentation
Preparing Your Backdrop
Here’s a sneak peek at what you need to know about lighting and background—because most of us are straining to read the titles of the books on your bookshelf:
BEST PRACTICE of ALL
Banish the "ums" and "uhs." Yes, people will sit and listen to you and count the number of times you say "and uh." It's ridiculous. I'll share the only secret I know to eradicate vocal fillers from all of your presentations for good. This technique alone is worth your time investment.
As we are moving from live meetings to virtual presentations, everyone from the anxious beginner to the confident professional will grow from expert advice such as:
We are excited to offer “Three Ways To Win at Virtual Presentations”: through your message, your delivery, and your backdrop. Most of us have sat through poorly planned virtual presentations, so we want to avoid some of the same mistakes others are making when presenting through virtual platforms. We now see our colleagues in tiny boxes at the top of our computer screens during meetings. And we still have some holdouts who refuse to use video. Regardless, plan to join us if: