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5 Keys to Perfecting Your Presentation Delivery in a Hybrid World

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If I were to ask you to describe the average hybrid presentation, what words would you use? Clunky? Awkward? Disjointed? Distracting? There’s a good reason for that: Presenting to both in-person and virtual teams is still somewhat new. Sure, years ago we had a few lone rangers who worked from home and dialed in virtually. […] continue reading

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3 Lessons Learned From the Return to Hybrid Presenting

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You can call it a comeback—we’ve been here already. Long before closets became home offices and kitchen tables doubled as desks, we had hybrid work environments. Maybe a small portion of your team was remote. Maybe your event brought some customers and clients onsite while others attended via live stream. Maybe an employee felt too […] continue reading

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Q&A: Master the Skill of Virtual Presentations

QA Master the Skill of Virtual Presentations

In our recent webinar Master the Skill of Virtual Presentations we received many thoughtful questions. Here Patti Sanchez, our Chief Strategy Officer and author of the new book Presenting Virtually: Communicate and Connect With Online Audiences, answers the top questions collected so you can improve your own virtual communication. What is the optimum amount of […] continue reading

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Drive Sales With These Virtual Presentation Tips

How to Deliver Effective Virtual Sales Presentations

Think back to the last time you traveled through the airport and how much goes into catching a flight. Show up two hours early, park in a distant cornfield, ride shuttles and trams, struggle through security (shoes on or off?) and walk miles of tunnels to your gate. These are just a few of the […] continue reading

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