Learn to Present Authentically with Live Video
Online meetings are a regular part of your day, regardless of whether you’re in the office or working from home. Do you use video in your virtual meetings? If not, why?
In this webinar, we’ll walk you through how to use your webcam to its full advantage and improve the on-camera experience. Lou Solomon with Interact Authentic Communication and Patty Perkins with Kollective Technology will show you how.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN IN THIS WEBINAR:
- How video can enable and harness face-to-face communication, virtually
- Tips to become a more engaging, confident video presenter
- The use of “story-bites” to balance data
- Where to look and what to do when not presenting
- Crucial steps for planning and producing an online presentation
- Answers to common video presentation questions
Date: March 31, 2020 @
Time: 8am PST/11am EST
Speakers: Patty Perkins, Lou Solomon
Format: Live Video! VOD available after event.
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Patty leads the video business and live events consulting practice for Kollective Technology. She works with Kollective customers to help them imagine and build their video business.
Patty brings her extensive broadcast and enterprise video production and management experience to this role, helping customers determine video readiness in their enterprise, develop leadership engagement, team building and communication plans, and consults on best practices in content management and live event production.
Previously, at Wells Fargo, Patty managed the successful enterprise rollout for video on demand and live streaming. Patty has 35+ years of broadcast television professional experience as a Writer/Producer/Director and on-camera and voiceover talent. She holds a Master of Science in Distance Education: Technology Assisted Learning, and in 2008 was named a Streaming Media All-Star by Streaming Media Magazine.
Lou is an author, TEDx speaker and the founder of Interact. A member of the adjunct faculty at the McColl School of Business at Queens University of Charlotte, she is also the co-founder of the school’s annual TWIST Conference for Women.
Lou’s early struggles with shyness and self-doubt have been a gift, since her purpose in life is to help people find their voice. She and her husband “Sandy” live near Center City with the latest pack of adopted pups.
Lou’s first book, Say Something Real, takes a look at the drivers of both authentic and inauthentic communication. Her second book, Freeing Your Radical Hero was inspired by her TEDx Talk on the Impostor Syndrome.
In addition to TEDx, Lou’s speaking engagements have included those for Fortune 500 organizations such as Wells Fargo, Duke Energy and Bank of America.
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