76% of virtual presenters told us that they have difficulty getting people engaged or getting feedback from participants. It is both the subtle and the not so subtle things that make a virtual presenter successful.
While there are many specific behaviors and activities that virtual presenters must demonstrate to create worthwhile engagement for attendees, we’ve chosen three as critical for SMEs.
1. Creating rock solid virtual connections
2. Compelling your audience to listen
3. Making the virtual environment work for you
Webinar Length: One Hour
About the instructor
Laura and Vernon are both master instructors and co-founded evoke virtual in 2010 with a focus on making leading, learning and collaborating in the virtual environment better for their clients.
is a seasoned facilitator, master instructor, and instructional designer. Her
focus is helping clients meet the demands of communicating in both the
face-to-face and virtual environments. With over 20 years experience in
marketing and sales, Laura can provide insights and practical solutions for
clients making the transition from the in person to the virtual classroom. As a
managing partner and co-founder of evoke
Vernon Roberts is an author, master instructor, coach and speaker. After working 20 years in the banking and finance industry, Vernon founded evoke virtual to help address the challenges that clients experience managing and training a dispersed global workforce. In the face-to-face and virtual classrooms, Vernon creates a positive learning environment and provides masterful coaching that allows participants to achieve rapid and permanent growth in their skills as leaders, managers, communicators, and presenters.