Lights, Camera, Action! Presentation Skills for Virtual Delivery

DeFinis Communications

Finally, position your camera at eye level for a straight-on view of you. Use a folding panel or a curtain behind you to block any household distractions. Look directly at the camera to mimic making eye contact. Avoid clothing with patterns.

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Stand or sit, and why does it matter?

Speak Schmeak

However, there are a variety of formats for what can be considered public speaking, such as leading a meeting, making a sales call, participating in a panel or round table discussion, or speaking to individuals at a networking event. At conference tables, on panels, and in other small venues, it can be considered awkward to stand when speaking. Are you on a raised stage, or are you at eye level with the audience?

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Stand or sit, and why does it matter?

Speak Schmeak

However, there are a variety of formats for what can be considered public speaking, such as leading a meeting, making a sales call, participating in a panel or round table discussion, or speaking to individuals at a networking event. At conference tables, on panels, and in other small venues, it can be considered awkward to stand when speaking. Are you on a raised stage, or are you at eye level with the audience?

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Fact & fiction about body language 2: Does it matter what you wear or where you stand?

Max Atkinson

Unfortunately for him, there were members of the panel who had been informed by an image consultant to be wary of men who wear green suits to business meetings. The seriousness of the situation first came to my notice when I was invited to speak on a conference panel with an image consultant, whose company specialises in advising people what they should wear, and what colours suit them best.

Dear Speakers - James Duncan Davidson - James Duncan Davidson

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Photos ( Zenfolio | Flickr ) Archives About Contact Dear Speakers By James Duncan Davidson on March 8, 2009 12:22 AM | 71 Comments Tagged: advice, speaking Last week, while shooting eComm 2009 in Burlingame, I started posting a set of thoughts on Twitter, all starting out Dear Speaker. If you dont make eye contact with your audience, you make it that much harder for them to connect to your message. Obviously, you should wear clothes that you are comfortable in on stage.

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20 tips for better conference speaking ~ Authentic Boredom

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Though this list is geared towards one-hour sessions rather than panels and workshops, some of the same principles apply. Keeping the audience eyes’ on you rather than their laptops benefits both you and the audience. Side benefit: If you spill a beverage in flight, synthetic clothing always dries faster.) Make eye contact.

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