The Secrets Of Killer VIRTUAL PRESENTATIONS DECEMBER 30TH, 1-2 PM EASTERN]
EVENT DATE: WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 30TH, FROM 1:00-2:00 PM EASTERN
THIS PROGRAM COMES WITH PERPETUAL ACCESS TO THE RECORDING, SO YOU CAN DOWNLOAD AND WATCH AS MANY TIMES AS YOU WANT!
Ever sat through a terrible online meeting or presentation? Even normally good presenters don’t know how to make great virtual presentations.
Because the presentation skills you use in a face-to-face meeting are RADICALLY DIFFERENT than the presentation techniques you need to use in a Zoom, WebEx, Teams or GoToMeeting.
One study found that during online presentations, 28% of people admitted texting instead of listening, 27% were checking email and 17% were falling asleep! Is that what you want from YOUR audience?
It's a fact of life that the best presenters get more money, budget, promotions and attention. And in our current remote-working environment, your career success requires that you master VIRTUAL PRESENTATIONS!
We’ve compiled the latest virtual presentation skills from neurologists, visual designers, speech writers and psychologists, and packed them into a 60-minute high-energy presentation that will get you up to speed with the best presenters in the business.
In The Secrets Of Killer VIRTUAL PRESENTATIONS, you’ll learn…
- 4 questions you need to ask your virtual audience to keep them engaged and paying attention
- A strange Japanese presentation technique that makes your presentations much more succinct and memorable
- 3 virtual meeting rules you MUST set at the beginning of every online presentation
- Why you should never ask your virtual audience “can everyone hear me?”
- Inexpensive secrets for great lighting, backdrops, microphones and more
- Why you need to use a Tweet Slide every 10 minutes to keep your online audience awake
- Discover which presentation style you use (Director, Storyteller, Data Scientist or Closer) and learn the strengths & weaknesses of each style
- 3 rhetorical devices that sear your message into your audience’s brains (Including how many times you need to repeat your point before your audience remembers it)
- How a new presentation format called "Assertion-Evidence" makes your slides 11% more memorable
- 2 new web-based presentation technologies that are way slicker than PowerPoint (and will have your audience amazed)
MARK MURPHY, FOUNDER OF LEADERSHIP IQ, NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER
Mark is a New York Times bestseller, author of 7 books, Senior Contributor to Forbes, ranked as a Top 30 Leadership Guru and the Founder of Leadership IQ. He’s trained leaders at the United Nations, Harvard Business School, the Clinton Foundation, Microsoft, MasterCard, SHRM, and hundreds more organizations. Mark's work has appeared in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Fortune, Forbes, Bloomberg BusinessWeek, and U.S. News & World Report. Mark has also appeared on CNN, NPR, CBS News Sunday Morning, ABC’s 20/20, and Fox Business News.
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