Just like presenting to in-person audiences, the dynamics of online communication evolve based on audience size. It makes a difference if there are 5 or 15 or 50 or 500 people. Unfortunately, more often than not, larger-scale online presentations default to the lowest common
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Panel discussions have probably been around in some form or another for as long as there have been groups of people assembling. Sadly, though, as pointed out in The Panel Discussion Report: A 2014 Snapshot on the Effectiveness of Panel Discussions at Meetings, Conferences & Conventions, close
I had the pleasure of making one of the original presentations to the first-ever virtual Toastmasters club…well before ALL of them went virtual because of the, well, weird cultural moment we find ourselves in. Now they’ve totally stepped up their game, and this regional conference was
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Hi Roger, I just wanted to reach out and thank you for your webinar yesterday. I found it very insightful and am keen to try out some of your strategies for making my presentations more engaging. …I was interested in your approach of more slides but not more content. A lot of the presentations I
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Want to see an awesome example of webinar slides? Kudos to Katie Stroud in a recent webinar we did together.