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Creating and delivering online presentations can be complex, especially if you’re working remotely. Consultant Rob Biesenbach provides accessible insights and pointers in his 30-minute crash course. He explains how to solve technical issues, ensure that your content is on point and give a lively presentation. Some of his engaging lessons are technical, such as making sure your lighting is good and properly adjusting the height of your camera, and some address your personal skills, like knowing how to raise your energy level to make your online presentation more engaging.
About the Speaker
Rob Biesenbach helps corporate leaders improve their presentation and communication abilities.He is the author of Unleash the Power of Storytelling, 11 Deadly Presentation Sins and Act Like You Mean Business.
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