Owning the Room in A Digital World: Five Ways to Improve Your Video PResence

Many of us used video communications before it was our “new normal,” however, it was more of an option than a requirement— something we did when we were sick at home or meeting with clients across the globe.

Though video communications is convenient, it can be difficult to build relationships, convey enthusiasm or show concern virtually.

While there might not be a perfect substitute for in-person meetings, we know that the luxury of waiting for this health crisis to pass isn’t an option. Business needs to continue, which means video communications will be the platform in which we communicate and hold meetings for the foreseeable future.


Just as there is an art to interacting with the media and being a powerful public speaker, communicating effectively over a conference call is a skill that takes practice, video training and guidance.

To be an effective communicator on video, you need to look, sound and be the part.

With the right tools and training, you have the potential to be even more successful and efficient in how you communicate on camera.

In this presentation, we'll teach you to: 

 

  • Improve your atmosphere

  • Consider your audience

  • Build the relationship

  • Deliver with precision

Key Takeaways:

  • Find out how to adjust your environment in order to look and sound your best.

  • Discover the keys to building relationships and making the interaction personal, not transactional. 

  • Learn why you don't need to change who you are to become an on-camera success.