Improving Virtual Communications (IVC)

It’s time to wake up and DELIVSleeping BabyER!

We’ve all sat through those Death by PowerPoint webcasts…the ones where the presenter reads 113 slides back to you. Zzzzzzzzzzz. Not to mention condescending.

But it doesn’t have to be this way.

Presented in collaboration with Larry Sleep of Lawrence Group, IVC is a dynamic new presentation skills workshop geared to making your next web cast or video conference a compelling, memorable event for internal teams or customers. IVC consists of presentation and communication strategies for mobile workers— how to maximize and enhance your business messaging. This new state-of-the-art learning system is designed for both new and experienced web presenters. It’s fast paced and results-driven. And, it will dramatically increase your effectiveness beginning with your next web cast or video conference.

If a picture is worth a thousand words, a demonstration is worth a thousand pictures. In this action-packed workshop you will learn the following:

  • Brain Rules and Cognition—what you need to know about audience attention span, cognitive capacity, and the effects of multi-sensory integration
  • Web-Conferencing—risk analysis of how prepared or unprepared you are for your next event—pre-flight checklist, dry runs, execution and post-flight action items
  • Vision and Image—how to develop and present killer PowerPoint slides, rhetorical devices, polling, managing Q & A,improve vocal variety and web conferencing platform techniques
  • Practice and Application—including video playback and audience feedback—you’ll practice with your own stuff and improve both your competence and confidence

On-site or virtual instructor led training available.

Contact us for a free consultation.


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