Delivering Successful Online Presentations
Virtual meeting can be either a powerful conduit for your ideas...or a barrier. If you present to customers, prospects, or internal teams using today’s virtual web-conferencing tools, this workshop will transform the way business professionals communicate and sell their ideas online.
Successful Online Presentations teaches teams how to create meaningful audience interaction and collaboration. Participants learn hands-on tools that will speed up the development and delivery of presentations and gain delivery tips that maximize impact and minimize online disasters. TPC knows better than anyone—web meetings are nothing like in-person meetings and participation is crucial to an attentive, engaged audience.
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- Self-paced Online
Who should attend?
Business professionals who want to increase engagement and collaboration in their virtual meetings, presentations or trainings.
- Design content for virtual meetings, not face-to-face
- Understand how to leverage virtual tools to create interaction
- Master best practices for presenting effectively online and diverting disasters
- Maximize meeting effectiveness and minimize online disasters
- Leverage a custom, branded interactive slide library to build interaction into your virtual session and show your audience how they can participate
Why choose TPC?
98.8% of participants say our training is a worthwhile career investment
4.93 out of 5 overall learner satisfaction scores
80% of our clients are repeat customers
Average rating 4.7
Well laid out with tools we can put to use right away. Always on target and interesting.
Great information shared and very interactive.
Sharing experiences and learnings was helpful.
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