Just when we were getting the hang of giving public presentations the rules change. We are now being asked to present online. Presenting via video link can be daunting at first. How do I prepare? How do I engage my audience? What about body language and eye contact? How do I control my nerves? Should I use power point? The list goes on. In this three-hour webinar we will answer all these questions and more.
In 2013 I was invited to speak in China. I flew there, ran a series of communication skills workshops over a few days and flew back. On my return I was asked to continue the workshops but this time online via video conference. What I discovered was, it worked. Now we are all presenting online and we have Zoom, Teams, Google, Bluejeans, Adobe connect, Webex and more, to assist us.
In this three-hour interactive workshop, I will share what I have learnt with you. We will explore –
Our next 'How to present online' webinar will be announced soon.
Stewart has a varied background. He trained as an actor (Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts), graduating in 1982, worked in sales as an account manager for BT, retrained as a voice coach (Guildhall School of Music and Drama), became the Head of Voice at East E15 acting school and set up Talking Shop Training Ltd in 1992.
He has worked for international organisations, educational bodies and individuals from the public and private sector. He has helped Barristers, Broadcasters, Business people, Politicians and University lecturers engage their audience and deliver their message with confidence and clarity.
‘Great program Stewart. Lots to take away and reflect on to be more effective and engaging within our organisation. I would recommend this to L&D colleagues and Managers alike to take back to their organisation.’ - Recent attendee of 'How to present online workshop', September 2020.