Remote Presentations That Rock
                      Sacha Chua
                      Enterprise 2.0 Evangelist, Storytell...
Objectives
 By the end of this session, you should be able to
  present more effectively and engagingly in
  a virtual env...
Agenda

1.   Make it real
2.   Interact
3.   Make space for learning
4.   Practice, practice, practice
5.   Keep it simple...
Find it hard to connect with an audience you can't see?
1. Make it real.
   Pretend that you're face-to-face.
   Energy is...
Find it hard to make that connection?
2. Interact.

                         Show of hands
                         Checkm...
Often run out of time?
3. Make space for learning.
Dealing with tech or content problems?
4. Practice, practice, practice.




                                    Tools
    ...
Planning your presentation?
5. Keep it simple.
   Make your key message clear and memorable.
   Use memory devices and sim...
Losing your momentum and your audience?
6. Start strong and end strong.
Want to create even more value?
7. Continue the conversation.
7 Tips for Remote Presentations That Rock

     1. Make it real
     2. Interact
     3. Make space for learning
     4. P...
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7 Tips for Remote Presentations That Rock

  1. 1. Remote Presentations That Rock Sacha Chua Enterprise 2.0 Evangelist, Storyteller, Geek http://LivingAnAwesomeLife.com November 3, 2009 http://livinganawesomelife.com/wp/p/6647 OR http://bit.ly/7remote This presentation represents my personal opinions and 1 those of my employer. not © Copyright IBM Corporation Sacha Chua - Creative Commons Attribution License © 2009 2009
  2. 2. Objectives By the end of this session, you should be able to present more effectively and engagingly in a virtual environment. What else brings you here? 2
  3. 3. Agenda 1. Make it real 2. Interact 3. Make space for learning 4. Practice, practice, practice 5. Keep it simple 6. Start strong and end strong 7. Continue the conversation 3
  4. 4. Find it hard to connect with an audience you can't see? 1. Make it real. Pretend that you're face-to-face. Energy is important. Stretch. Smile. Stand, if needed. Ask coworkers or use a stand-in. Make it real for people. Smile. Gesture. Webcams are great. 4
  5. 5. Find it hard to make that connection? 2. Interact. Show of hands Checkmarks Polls A/B/C/D/E Whiteboard Text chat 5
  6. 6. Often run out of time? 3. Make space for learning.
  7. 7. Dealing with tech or content problems? 4. Practice, practice, practice. Tools Backup plans
  8. 8. Planning your presentation? 5. Keep it simple. Make your key message clear and memorable. Use memory devices and simple structures. Don't rely on transitions, animations, or effects. Your slides are just visual aids. You are the star.
  9. 9. Losing your momentum and your audience? 6. Start strong and end strong.
  10. 10. Want to create even more value? 7. Continue the conversation.
  11. 11. 7 Tips for Remote Presentations That Rock 1. Make it real 2. Interact 3. Make space for learning 4. Practice, practice, practice 5. Keep it simple 6. Start strong and end strong 7. Be part of the conversation Q&A: Which will you focus on for your next presentation? What else can help you rock? http://livinganawesomelife.com/wp/p/6647 OR http://bit.ly/7remote Sacha Chua - sacha@sachachua.com - http://LivingAnAwesomeLife.com This presentation represents my personal opinions and not those of my employer. © 2009 Sacha Chua - Creative Commons Attribution License 11
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