Often our clients #1 worry when it comes to virtual hosting or speaking is engaging their audience, they can’t see whether the audience is receiving their message. They worry they are boring the person at the other end of the video call.
And there are good reasons for this concern – why?
Have you ever wondered if you are the boring one in the virtual meeting? If you think this is the case then it probably means it’s true. On virtual calls, there is a much greater need to actively engage your audience and maintain that engagement! Check out our video “When they switch on don’t switch them off!” for more information on how to create engaging virtual presentations and calls.
So, you have decided it’s time to consciously engage your team, but what does that look like? Simply Amazing Training offers a wide range of techniques that help to boost team energy levels (simple and advanced) However developed your virtual skillset is, we’ve got you covered!
Simple virtual engagement tips
The global pandemic put a strain on team collaboration. Check out our video on easy ways to collaborate online with your team here.
Advanced virtual engagement techniques
These are to name just a few, for more information on how to implement these techniques effectively join our free virtual presenting taster webinar.
The great thing about creating engagement virtually is that interaction can and should be planned ahead of the meeting or presentation. We all know how the saying goes “planning prevents…poor performance”. The industry recommends planning a piece of engagement every 3-5 minutes. So, get planning and preparing to get the audience engaged and nodding along not nodding off! Virtual presentations are here to stay. For help mastering these and staying ahead of the curve take a look at our virtual presenting workshops to bring out your best.
P.S Next time you’re a participant in a virtual presentation/team call notice how easy it is for you to get distracted if you haven’t been consciously engaged in the content. If you did get distracted – now you know how important engagement is right?
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