If you are familiar with planning online meetings and events, you know presenting online in an engaging and interactive format can sometimes be a challenge.
When putting an ear to the conferencing industry, one question we hear time and time again from presenters is, "How do you capture the authenticity and interactive dynamics of a face-to-face meeting, and then project those same qualities into an online meeting."
If this is a question you have asked yourself before, not to worry, you are not the only one. In a recent 1080 Group study, the top concern expressed by respondents was, "How do presenters deliver powerful, engaging presentations to audiences not sitting directly in front of them?" If you are simply speaking over PowerPoint slides, you are missing out on a significant opportunity to interact, collaborate and connect with your audience.
Roger Courville, author of The Virtual Presenter's Handbook and Principal and 1080 Group, will be joining ConferencePlus on April 29, 2010, as the featured presenter to kick off our Ask The Expert Webinar Series 2010.
April's session is the first in a series of free webinars sponsored by ConferencePlus, and it is entitled "Virtual Presentation Skills: Online vs Face-to-Face."
- Webinar highlights include:
- The three worst webinar mistakes and how to avoid them
- How to think visually to avoid "death by bullet points"
- How to deliver an authentic, engaging online experience
Attendance Bonus: Ten attendees will win a copy of The Virtual Presenter's Handbook, and every attendee will receive a customized summary handout.