Rob Biesenbach, in CommPro, writes:
Virtual presentations have always been hard. Audiences are restless, distracted and can easily tune out since no one’s watching them.
But doing a virtual presentation from home is even harder — both presenters and audiences are dealing with isolation, disruptions and limited technology.
So if you want to make a real impact and achieve your goals (get your idea approved, rally your team around a goal, convince a customer to buy), now is the time to step up your virtual game.
You can do that by focusing on three things: master your technology, make your content as clear and compelling as possible and deliver it in a way that’s truly engaging. Here are my top tips in each of these areas.
At home, you probably don’t enjoy the level of technology you’re accustomed to in the workplace. Here’s how to upgrade your audio and visual quality.
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