Speaker: Lynne Mackay specializes in the delivery of individual consultations, keynotes, workshops and conferences that enhance a company’s human resource credibility.
Who will Benefit
Staff and managers working remotely.
- Plan for an effective remote presentation
- Adapt your presentation style for a remote audience
- Engage your audience using a variety of tools
- Effectively encourage and manage questions
- Adapt or create powerful slides for remote presentations
- Follow up with a summary and resources
Suddenly you are working remotely and doing on-line presentations. If you are wondering how to be more effective, this webinar will give you the tools and skills to adapt both your presentation style and your materials to make powerful remote presentations. You will learn tips on how to create a pleasing visual on-line presence in your home office space, how much time to schedule for different types of presentations and the ideal number of participants for remote presentations. You will learn how to engage your audience and to manage questions and input. You will also learn tips to create or adapt your slides for a remote presentation.
Why Should You Attend
Working remotely and providing on-line presentation are the new normal. While we are all doing our best, most of us don’t have experience providing effective remote presentations. You only need to look at social media to read stories about ineffective presentations with boring content and no interaction. With the tips in this webinar, you and your team can avoid wasting time and be more productive by giving effective remote presentations.
Paula Connolly, Trainer for Mackay Byrne Group, has over 25 years of experience in professional development training. She has a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from Acadia University and Certificates in Adult Education and Professional Courseware Design, Emotional Intelligence and Personality Dimensions. Paula presents classroom and webinar seminars to help participants improve their communication, leadership and productivity skills.
Paula has a dynamic speaking style and engages her audience while sharing insights and tools that participants can use when they return to their office. She has presented productivity and time management seminars to many clients including the Ministry of Community and Social Services, Health Canada, Public Service and Procurement Canada, Financial Services Commission of Ontario, Associations, Ontario Chartered Professional Accountants and the Canada School of Public Service.
Mackay Byrne Group is a Canadian based training company with over 30 outstanding professional development programs