When presenting online, you most likely don’t associate it with Wile E. Coyote moments…(stick with us, there is a good point in the video).
Many of us are familiar with the old cartoons featuring the roadrunner and Wile E. Coyote, the character chasing the bird to no avail. There are a plethora of these cartoons in which the coyote is chasing the roadrunner and is suddenly running off of a cliff, and after a few moments go by, he sees he’s about to plunge into impending doom.
That’s often how it feels when we present online.
In today’s video, join Wayne Turmel, co-founder of the Remote Leadership Institute, as he discusses how to avoid these Wile E. Coyote moments when presenting online.
With 90% of today’s organizations using web meetings, webinars or virtual presentations as part of their work now, it’s essential for those presenters to fully understand what capabilities the tools have, how to use those tools effectively, and integrate this knowledge into their daily presentations.
And unfortunately, most presenters don’t have the necessary training to fully utilize these tools.
That’s where we come in.
At the Remote Leadership Institute, we have many interactive training sessions including Presenting Online, where you can get the hands-on training and coaching to be successful in any presentation.
To learn more about this course, as well as the wide variety of other interactive training courses we offer to remote leaders, click HERE.
P.S. If you or your organization want to bring any of these courses on site to your organization – either as is or customized – contact us for more details.