Present yourself with impact in virtual meetings
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About the event
Virtual presenting has quickly become our new normal and is likely to remain a defining feature of our worklife for the foreseeable future. When we’re no longer with people in person, online meetings are often the only ways we can get ‘face time’ with our colleagues and customers, making them increasingly important.
But as we’ve all been learning through the experience of lockdowns, presenting and interacting online require a different skillset, and different energy, to presenting and interacting in person.
In this workshop together we’ll explore the fundamentals of great presenting when you’re not physically present. From the logistics and technicalities of creating a professional visual image to building rapport online, to speaking up and ensuring your voice is heard, we’ll look at how you can increase your personal impact in virtual meetings to create the professional results you want.
Using skills from television presenting, working on camera, and public speaking we’ll focus on:
· Understanding the different requirements of different virtual meetings
· How to create a professional image in a virtual meeting
· How to build rapport and engage effectively with colleagues.
· How to speak up and be heard in a virtual environment
· How to manage unplanned interruptions
About Jo Browning
Jo Browning is the Founder and Managing Director of Filshie Browning Associates and the Principal Consultant. She specialises in verbal communications skills, equipping her clients with the skills to enhance their content, competence and confidence so they can communicate effectively and authentically with their audiences, enabling them to enhance their reputation and relationships, credibility and careers, influence and impact.
She is a coach for senior executives, an international speaker and a consultant on presence, presentation skills, media and influence. Her knowledge of media training, presenting in-person and on camera, the power of language and creating emotional connection are in demand across all sectors.
Jo began her working life at BAFTA and Emmy Award-winning Insight News Television, where she trained as a journalist. She then moved into public relations and has held senior positions at GSK and in major international communications agencies in London and Australia. Her work brings together her experience of being both a journalist and a senior communicator, and is underpinned by an academic interest in her subject. Jo studied English Literature and Language at Oxford University. She also holds a Diploma in Public Relations and a Post Graduate Diploma in “Science and Society”. She lectures on science and corporate communications at an undergraduate level and held the position of senior lecturer at the University of Rhine Waal in Germany.
Discover more at www.filshiebrowning.com
Additional Info: For this session, we will meet on Zoom. You will receive the link with your registration. Save your spot now!
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