[In the Know] What NOT to Do as a Virtual Event Speaker
2020 has redefined what it means to be a “professional speaker.”
Around the world, people are adjusting their technology and techniques to suit the needs of the present - a dramatic pivot from in-person to the world of virtual events.
Speaking to virtual audiences requires a different set of skills. Presenters find themselves face-to-face with nothing but a webcam when it’s time to start talking.
This can be unnerving. However, with the right attitude and the right setup, it’s more than possible to engage and inspire a virtual audience.
To celebrate Professional Speakers Day on Aug. 7, my colleagues and I put together a special episode of In the Know - so you can see exactly what not to do as a virtual event speaker.
To watch the full episode, click here.
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