Webinars are a fact of modern day business life – they are here to stay. Whether it is a video conference, a teleconference, Skype or some other form of remote presentation, there is a strong chance you will be doing one again soon. The vast majority of remote presentations are sub-standard and most speakers have simply not adapted to the modern reality.
- Why are these presentations so ineffective?
- What are the glaring errors that are commonly made?
- What techniques will help me stand out?
- How can I maximise my remote presentations?
If you find yourself asking these questions then it is time for you to learn how to Speak With Impact in a Webinar. Some techniques from general presentations can be used seamlessly; some need to be adapted for remote presentations and some cannot be used at all – find out which ones fall into each category. Go into your next talk with confidence because you have
learned the key strategies for succeeding in a Remote Presentation.
Who should attend
Anyone who needs to deliver a presentation to an audience that is not physically present in the same room.
What participants will get from this course
- Learn key techniques to improve impact for remote presentations
- Understand how to prepare and deliver successfully in this modern environment
- Speak several times on the course, getting direct and immediate feedback
Speak WITH IMPACT ®
Areas covered include: –
- Being in control from the very beginning
- Vital extra work to do in advance of the talk
- The Top 10 tips every speaker must know before giving a Remote Presentation
- Clear, relevant examples of what to do and what not to do
- Keeping them engaged all the way through
- The role of body language in a Remote Presentation
- The role of voice in a Remote Presentation
- Running a successful Q&A session
We undertake a pre-course survey with delegates to ensure all their needs are met. Then, everything in the course is aimed towards making rapid and sustainable progress, based on our award-winning ‘Isolate then Integrate ®’ principle.
The course has a range of theory, discussion, group exercises and practicals. There is constant feedback during the course and an action plan for going forward at the end.