5 Tips to

Engange Your Audience in Your Next Remote Presentation

5 Tips to Engage Your Audience in Your Next Presentation

  • 12 November 2020
  • 3 minutes to read

During these times of working remotely, what I have done most at SoftwareONE is present our solutions to customers through video conferencing solutions. We use Microsoft Teams, but these tips apply to any tool (Skype, Hangouts, GoToMeeting, WebEx, Zoom, etc.).

As much as technology helps us stay in touch, virtual meetings have their challenges and one of them is that you have to compete with emails, WhatsApp and even parallel conversations within the video conferencing app itself to get your audience's attention. For me, the main disadvantage of not being physically in the same room as the audience is losing nonverbal feedback, making it more difficult to adapt the speech during the meeting.

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