You have been on stage 1000 times. You are an expert at reading your audience. You really know how to get them going, keep them on the edge of their seats and then drive home the main points.
Everyone walks out of the meeting knowing exactly what to do and your presentation was a huge success. Sound familiar?
Not everyone is TED talk worthy, but lets face it, you have probably worked pretty hard on improving your facilitation skills over time. Maybe even taken a course or two. You may have at least received some feedback from your boss or peers on how to improve your presence from stage. Or you are on the other side of the fence and absolutely dread public speaking.
No matter which description fits you, we can tell you from experience that no matter where your skills lie, there is always room for improvement.
Even if you are awesome on stage in front of people, those skills only loosely translate into the virtual environment. Let us help you refine your virtual presentations skills in a matter of a few hours. According to Harvard Business Review authors Scott Berinato and Nancy Duarte, 80 percent of presentations are now delivered remotely. So no matter the industry or type of job you hold, there is a good chance that you will be either delivering or participating in this type of meeting. LETS get to work.