Effective Training Associates

Strengthen Your Virtual Presence

Strengthen Your Virtual Presence

Skills to Deliver Confident, Compelling Communications

OVERVIEW:
If you’ve ever observed someone and said to yourself “wow they’re a great presenter”….. or “wow they really know how lead a good meeting.” That person did not get there by accident. Nor did they just develop those skills by feel. Highly effective communicators are leveraging a finite yet powerful set of principles that they’ve learned, practiced, and habituated. You can do the same. What all these successful people have in common is that they engage and maintain the attention of listeners, inspire confidence, deliver ideas clearly and memorably, and handle interactions seamlessly. Executing these skill sets certainly becomes more challenging given the inherent distractions of virtual formats.

Learning Objectives:

Effective Behaviors
  • Project confidence, build credibility, address nervousness, and manage distractions through skillful use of eye contact, posture, gestures, voice, pausing and rhythm, etc.
Compelling and Memorable Content
  • Organize clear, succinct, listener focused messages, designed for impact and persuasiveness. Open and Close presentations effectively
Listener Adaptability
  • Adjust content and approach to match various technical levels and demographics.
Visual Support Strategy
  • Design and use effective visuals. Keep listeners/viewer’s attention directed toward your point, not lost in excess detail.
Interaction and Conflict Management
  • Listen effectively. Handle difficult questions. Keep conversations positive and forward-moving.
Delivery in Varied Formats Including Web Meetings
  • Apply best practices for seated, informal presentations, technical training, teleconference, and web presentations.

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