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This is the podcast of “Opened Dawes” Live, which runs weekly as a live video show on YouTube, Facebook, and LinkedIn at 11 am on Tuesday mornings so that we can throw open the doors and welcome you in for a relaxed sharing of information, tips, thoughts, and answering any questions about public speaking and presentation/communication skills you may have.
So, make sure you set the reminders for the shows on Facebook or YouTube (links below) as they are scheduled online and get involved. The stream is designed to be interactive, with comments/questions able to be shown and attributed on screen.
This week’s show delves into something that has become much more vital over the last year or so! Communicating via and presenting to a camera, especially a webcam.
Whilst workplaces may be returning to use, there is going to be a degree of home-working remaining, and a reduction in travel to face-to-face meetings, presentations, and training. Webinars have grown in popularity too, but it is not a natural thing for many of us to speak to a black hole in the camera’s lens! So how do we cope with the challenges, and how do we still make it fully engaging? This week we touch the surface of that area of training that we provide to leave you with some thoughts and techniques to make the most out of it.
This show can be watched live (and previous shows recorded) from the following locations:
www.youtube.com/channel/UCnwlPiWylgEDLrwemI8ZZjw (or search YouTube for Open Dawes Training and click subscribe to be notified)