Master The Virtual Presentation

Essential Tools & Techniques in an Age of Ongoing Disruption


Availability
On-Demand, available until Feb. 4, 2022
Recorded Jan. 21, 2021

Categories: Communication Strategy, Emerging Trends, Techniques & Tactics

If there’s one thing we’ve learned this year, it’s that “virtual” is not going away anytime soon. Even when we return to “normal,” it will still be an important part of how we deliver presentations and conduct meetings.

This engaging program will arm you with strategies for combating Zoom fatigue and overcoming the distractions and disruptions that we and our audiences face in the WFH world.

And it will help you better prepare your leaders and teams to deliver a quality virtual experience from anywhere, whether they’re doing media interviews, employee town halls, presentations to investors or any other critical communication.

You’ll come away with dozens of indispensable tips that will help you:

  • Create more compelling, engaging content (spoken and visual).
  • Adapt delivery technique for maximum impact online.
  • Overcome the technical hurdles that continue to plague remote presentations.

The result for you and your people? More confidence, comfort and credibility in the virtual spotlight — in this crisis and the next one.

Presenter

Rob Biesenbach, owner, Rob Biesenbach LLC

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Rob Biesenbach helps organizations and their leaders communicate with purpose, power and impact so they can achieve their business goals. He’s an award-winning communications consultant, an in-demand speaker and trainer, and a Second City-trained actor. In former lives he was a vice president at Ogilvy PR, press secretary to the Ohio Attorney General and a nonprofit and association executive in Washington, DC. Rob has authored three fun, practical books that use lessons from the world of show business to help people succeed in their business.

Rob has delivered keynotes and workshops for clients including AARP, Allstate, Deloitte, Georgetown University, Lockheed Martin, and Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management. His most popular talks are on storytelling, presentation skills and interpersonal communication skills.

        

Accreditation

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