COVID-19 Update: We are now conducting programs in-person and virtually.
"How do I read my audience when I can't see them?"
"How do I connect on-screen and get people to participate?"
"What about mics, camera, background & lighting?"
"How do we get over Zoom Fatigue?"
Hosting Online Events
Online events are one of the most potent ways of engaging your audience and impacting your market. However, they are still tricky. You need to consistently deliver your brand while adding variety and texture to the event to keep people engaged. We will work with your speakers, writers and program directors to: ∙Ensure your audience is excited, impressed and feels connected to you ∙Make speakers feel comfortable with the technology, including reading off prompters ∙Create smooth transitions between elements ∙Keep a master message board that has the proper arc, talk points and delivers the day
PROFESSIONAL DELIVERY TECHNIQUE on-camera body language Avoid the most common mistakes keep your audience engaged
"We're all brain dead from these virtual meetings,” "People zone out on Zoom," "No one says anything and I don't know how the meeting is going." These are just some of the complaints we hear about internal virtual meetings. But here's the good news, with some facilitation techniques, you can make virtual meetings more engaging, productive and even fun. In this program, you will learn: ∙How to keep people more engaged ∙How to garner audience participation ∙Keeping the meeting moving ∙Maximizing meeting productivity to make them shorter
CAMERA EYE CONTACT on-camera body language v i d e o c o n f e r e n c e e t i q u e t t e STRUCTURING A WEBINAR OR MEETING
Media interviews can be hard enough without worrying about a new set of rules for virtual engagement. However, once you learn these rules, you can get back to focusing on what's most important: your message. In this training, you will learn: ∙Different body language techniques you need for virtual interviews ∙Head and body positioning to look your best ∙How to avoid unintended consequences from incorrect camera technique ∙Special vocal delivery tips for virtual interviews ∙Everything else in our media trainings
AVOID THE BIGGEST MISTAKES CAMERA EYE CONTACT on-camera body language camera, mic and lighting TIPS CREDIBILITY & GRAVITAS
Now that you finally feel comfortable hosting online events, you have to deal with a hybrid event--where substantial parts of the audience are both online and in the room. This introduces a new set of needs--where do the speakers look? How can you make participation and Q&A as smooth as possible? And more. In this program, you will learn all the tips and tricks you need, including: ∙How to keep both audiences engaged and feeling important ∙When to look at the live audience and when to look into the camera ∙The five biggest mistakes to avoid ∙How to adjust your writing and/or talk points to accommodate a hybrid audience
PROFESSIONAL DELIVERY TECHNIQUE CAMERA EYE CONTACT on-camera body language keep BOTH audience engages STRUCTURE