For the past 26 years, I’ve worked as a professional keynote speaker providing approximately 30 presentations each year to some of the largest companies and associations in the country.
With today’s increasingly more common remote workplace, virtual meetings have replaced “in-person” meetings.
As a professional speaker now presenting in the virtual world, it’s been an interesting challenge to learn the new technology. To be an effective virtual speaker requires an upgrade to your basic computer and internet equipment.
But this biggest shortcoming I’ve observed is not in the equipment, it is with the presenter.
Therefore, I’ve created a brief blog which outlines a professional speaker’s easy-to-learn three secrets for providing the most effective virtual presentations.
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