Presenting online – making an impact

While presenting online has become the norm, delivering an online presentation means knowing how you will build rapport with your audience, conveying the right amount of information and making the impact you want.  Janie Van Hool will take us through three critical success factors for great online presentations
  1. Engaging your listeners online
  2. Setting yourself  up for success on camera
  3. Using your voice and setting your intention for successful communication


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