Category Archives: Virtual Presentations

Are You Likable . . . Virtually Speaking

While there are no shortages of articles on the fear of standing before a live audience, I could not help but wonder if the same holds true for virtual presentations.  Specifically, are we equally reluctant to communicate over the Internet as we are in person? I know that the rules of engagement are certainly different […]

(Part 4) Your Virtual Stage Presence with Roz Usheroff: How To Make Your Virtual Meetings Visually Entertaining

How many of you would bet that your audience will be multi-tasking as you host your typical Monday virtual meeting? Grabbing and holding their attention is not an easy task, but it can be done and, as usual, I have my perspectives. To lead a successful virtual meeting, add facilitator to your role. You then […]

(Part 3) Your Virtual Stage Presence with Roz Usheroff: Your Virtual Stage Presence

Words mean more than what is set down on paper. It takes the human voice to infuse them with deeper meaning. Maya Angelou This is the third of a series of newsletters to ensure that you’re ready for your close-up as in-person presentations give way to virtual ones, a transition that requires some adjustments on […]

(Part 2) Your Virtual Stage Presence with Roz Usheroff: Preparing for Your Virtual Presentation

Confidence is preparation.  Everything else is beyond your control. Richard Kline The number one reason virtual presentations fail is lack of planning.  Whether you’re the facilitator or attendee, you don’t have the luxury of not being prepared! With an invisible audience, you can’t know who is listening so the investment you make beforehand to feel […]

Are you ready for your close-up? Virtually Speaking with Roz Usheroff

When economies stumble, so does corporate spending. As global markets react poorly to international financial uncertainty, you can almost hear the off-site conferences, training courses and team meetings fall off the budget. Even the cost of flying in a single consultant or manager to make a presentation or attend a meeting starts to seem expensive. […]