Meeting

Term Member Workshop on How to Present Online

Tuesday, May 12, 2020
Speaker

President, Spokesmith

An interactive virtual workshop focused on raising the level of sophistication of your online presentations. Led by Eileen Smith, president of Spokesmith, this workshop focuses on best practices for delivering presentations virtually, including practical tips for room set-up, camera angles, sound quality, projecting energy through a screen, and engaging a virtual audience. This workshop was conducted over Zoom Meetings, so participants were able to not only interact with the presenter, but also with one another.

CFR Term Member Workshops are designed to provide skill building sessions with tangible takeaways for personal and professional development.

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