A review of Wayne Turmel’s 10 Steps to Successful Virtual Presentations
Webinar waste. Do you participate in a web presentation fully or as you view a webinar instead of gotowebinar you find yourself going to email as the webinar drones on? Does the dimdim presentation begin to feel more like dumbdumb? Or are you attending a webex webinar and wish you could make it your Ex?
Wayne’s world. If that is the case I encourage you to email the presenter a link to this review and encourage him or her to read and practice Wayne Turmel’s 10 steps to a successful virtual presentation. Not only in employee engagement but in all elements of the workplace we are in the age of engage and we can’t take webinar participation for granted. Wayne offers humor, tools, and perspectives to make your online presentations a lot better.
The 10 Steps. Here are the books 10 Steps:
- Identify your objectives and outcomes
- Learn the platform
- Create a project plan
- Work with others
- Create compelling content
- Create visuals that support your presentation
- Sharpen your presentation skills
- Present and multitask effectively
- Follow up and keep learning.
Less cranky. Thanks Wayne for ensuring we are able to attend more engaging webinars and that any webinar I conduct in the future will be better because of your work. Once we have great webinars it will be harder to have cranky middle managers complaining about a waste of the online time!
To learn more about the book, click here.
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David Zinger dreams of more engaging webinars and online presentations. He works with organizations and individuals to improve employee engagement. His writing, speaking, coaching, and consulting focus on helping organizations and individuals increase employee engagement by 20%. David founded the 3360 member Employee Engagement Network. The network is committed to increasing employee engagement 20% by 2020.
Contact David today to increase engagement where you work. (Email: firstname.lastname@example.org / Phone 204 254 2130 / Website: www.davidzinger.com)