Virtual meetings, presentations and training are now the norm. Are you up to speed? Do your lighting, camera angle, background and sound present you at your best?
Knowing the foundations of communications can help you be a better presenter. Do you know the process and tools we use to communicate? Do you know how to ‘fix it’ when it ‘breaks’?
Virtual presenting puts new demands on your content. It needs to be more active, more engaging, more visually appealing. Need help updating yours?
When presenting, you may know your message well, but your audience doesn’t. You have to teach them. That means repeat your core idea at least three times Tell them what you’re going to tell them.Tell them what you’re telling them.Tell them what you’ve told them. I wrote this little poem about it to help you remember:Continue reading “Repeat, Repeat, Repeat”
Coach John Wooden said, “If you’re not making mistakes, then you are not doing anything. I’m positive that a doer makes mistakes.” Mistakes are an essential part of the creative process.