e-Presentation skills aren’t the same as regular presentation skills. Audiences are more easily distracted. Eye contact is impossible. Social behaviour constraints don’t apply. It’s harder to gauge audience reaction.
Yet, at the same time, more and more people are presenting over the web. e-Presentation skills are a vital area, that few people have begun to master. Get ahead of the game and make sure yours count!
20th September - Pre-recorded presentations are extremely cost-effective, but many presenters feel uncomfortable narrating their slides. What best practices should they follow?Presentation Skills
25th July - Are you really getting the most out of your presentation? We provide a list of ideas to help you leverage the impact of your presentation online.Presentation Skills
10th February - How can you get the best results from an online presentation? Here we provide tips on conducting a remote presentation, on everything from choice of software to delivery.Presentation Skills
1st September - Virtual selling is made more effective by using a visual web presentation, instead of relying on the telephone alone. This article looks at how to make winning online presentations.Presentation Skills
14th June - Pre-recorded webinar from m62′s own Chas Williams, looking at how to present over the Internet. What techniques should presenters use to take advantage of web presentation technology?Presentation Skills
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Paul Armson, Prestwood Software
The presentation was slick and polished – it really looked professional. The slides demonstrated the message, making it clear and easy to understand; particularly the complicated graph, which was broken down into simple steps. Much nicer to watch than slide after slide of bullet points! It really did look great.