Video Conferencing Zoom Skype WebEX Tech Presentation Skills
What you’ll learn
Presenting skills for online meetings
Speaking skills for video conferencing
Communication skills for virtual meetings
How to Use ZOOM
How to Use Skype
How to Use WebEx
How to Use Google Hangouts
Selling with Stories
Virtual Sales Presentations
Virtual interviewing for HR
How to Discuss a Raise
Computer with webcam
A desire to improve Virtual Sales Presentations
The goal of remote selling and remote communication improvement
The desire to thrive in a home office
The goal of communicating to drive change
Best Presentation skills and Tech skills and practices for Video Conferencing – Zoom, Skype, WebEX and Google HangoutsBecome an effective communicator and leader in all your online video meetings, conferences, and webinarsTeleconferencing, telecommuting, remote meetings – these are the new normal.Social Distancing has resulted in a need for all skilled workers to be able to communicate digitally through video platforms like ZOOM, WebEx, Skype, and Google Hangouts. It’s no longer a luxury to be able to telecommute; it is a basic necessity. And you must have strong presentation skills and tech savvy for all online video-based meetings.If the idea of having to speak to a little camera in a room all by yourself seems strange or alien, you are not alone. Communicating virtually through video platforms is uncomfortable for everyone at first. But once you know the secrets of communicating on live video conferencing platforms, it will be as easy as riding a bike or driving a car for you.Instructor TJ Walker has taught thousands of executives like you how to speak effectively in front of a video camera. He will walk you through, step-by-step, on everything you need to do in order to communicate effectively during video meetings.After finishing this course, you will know how to look comfortable confident relaxed on camera, you’ll be able to communicate a message and have The other participants in your meetings understand you and remember your messages.You will learn the ins and outs of the technology you will need and the platforms you will use. Most important, you’ll learn how to save time and focus only on what is most essential for you to communicate effectively using virtual teleconferencing technology.This course is designed to improve your Presentation skills, Communication skills, Remote speaking skills, Virtual meeting planning, Zoom conferences, Skype meetings, and Webex calls.There are clients, customers, prospects and colleagues who need to not only hear from you, but see your face today. Video teleconferencing is the way to do that. Enroll in this course now to upgrade your presentation skills and tech know-how for all of you online video meetings, conferences and calls. Here is what Udemy students say about this course:”Hi TJ, this is very useful course i have ever attend, its covering all aspect, for me the whole course was useful especially for a person lives in a complicated conflict zone which is middle east, specifically Syria, by this course am confident to say that i have learned new techniques which will help me a lot” Azad Murad”This goes beyond video conferencing, this is everything I needed in regards to presentation. Have a presentation to make, be it academic, politic, marketing, social or otherwise, this is the go-to course for you. Thank you TJ for this.” Bashiru SaniThis course is also designed to help people with the following skills: Sales & marketing collaboration, selling with stories, virtual sales presentations, pitching yourself, virtual interviewing, remote selling and consumer sales training. The course is also helpful to those aspiring to be better at communicating to drive change and be seen as a purpose driven leader. Sign up today to take advantage of this limited offer.This Video Conferencing course is ideal for anyone searching for more info on the following: zoom – webex – zoom meeting – video conference – zoom webinar – how to use zoom – video conferencing – Skype. Plus, this course will be a great addition to anyone trying to build out their knowledge in the following areas: Online presentations – meetings – webinar – telecommuting.
Section 1: You Can Master Online Meetings!
Lecture 1 Quick Win! Here is How to Look Your Best in Front of a Video Camera
Lecture 2 Setting the meeting objective — a critical factor to success
Lecture 3 Coronavirus Update and Impact on Video Conferencing
Lecture 4 Learn How Video Conference Meetings Are the Same & Different From Other Meetings
Lecture 5 Online Video Conferencing Is Just One More Simple Tool for Communicating
Lecture 6 There is a Student Facebook Page Set Up Just for You Here
Section 2: Master Any Platform You Need, From Zoom to Skype to WebEx and Beyond
Lecture 7 You Must Learn How Your Platform Works BEFORE The Conference Starts
Lecture 8 Learning the Different Platforms
Lecture 9 How To Start A Zoom Meeting
Lecture 10 How To JOIN A Meeting on ZOOM
Lecture 11 How To Schedule A Zoom Meeting
Lecture 12 How To Share Your Screen In Zoom
Lecture 13 How To Use The Additional Features in Zoom
Lecture 14 How To Set Up A Virtual BAckground In Zoom
Lecture 15 The Favorite Thing I Like About Zoom
Lecture 16 How To START UP Web Ex
Lecture 17 How To Start or Join A Meeting On Web Ex
Lecture 18 How To Connect To A Web Ex Enabled Device
Lecture 19 How To Configure Settings And Preferences In Web Ex
Lecture 20 Start A New CONVERSATION In Skype
Lecture 21 How To Start A New CHAT In Skype
Lecture 22 How To Use The Chat FUNCTIONS In Skype
Lecture 23 How To Make International, Mobile and Landline Calls and Buy Skype Credits
Lecture 24 How To Use The Meet Now Function of Skype
Lecture 25 Where To Configure Your Settings In Skype
Section 3: You Can Look Comfortable, Confident And Relaxed On Camera
Lecture 26 Do NOT Hide Behind Slides – Show Your Face on the Video Meeting
Lecture 27 Never Be Nervous Again on Camera
Lecture 28 Follow These Tips To Look Your Very Best on Camera for Your Next Meeting
Lecture 29 This Is Why You Should NOT Use Teleprompters or Read Scripts
Lecture 30 This Is What You Should Wear for a Video Conference
Section 4: Creating Your Home Studio for Video Conferencing
Lecture 31 Create the best lighting and angle for your video presence
Lecture 32 The Biggest Distraction Can Be…
Lecture 33 Solutions for Your Backdrop
Section 5: Master Your Technology Needs
Lecture 34 What Is the Best Video Camera to Use for Online Meetings?
Lecture 35 Microphones to the Rescue
Lecture 36 Speakers, Headphones, Earpieces and More
Lecture 37 Use the Best Possible Internet Connection Possible
Lecture 38 Don’t Talk about the Technology, Just Use the Technology
Section 6: Presenting in an Online Meeting
Lecture 39 Fundamentals of Effective Online Presentations
Lecture 40 Tips for Using Visuals In Online Meetings
Section 7: Frequently Asked Questions about Online Video Meetings
Lecture 41 What If I am Not Hosting the Online Meeting But Might Have to Speak?
Lecture 42 What Should My last Minute Checklist Include?
Lecture 43 How Long Should a Video Meeting Last?
Lecture 44 How do I Fix Problems with My Voice on a Video Conference?
Lecture 45 Should You Memorize Your Online Presentation?
Lecture 46 What If You Hate the Sound of Your Own Voice?
Lecture 47 How Do You Reduce Background Noise?
Lecture 48 What Else Can I do to Reduce Distractions During a Video Conference Meeting?
Section 8: Conclusion – You Are Ready for Prime Time Video Conferencing
Lecture 49 This Is What You Must Do If You Really Want to Pass With Flying Colors
Lecture 50 One last Chance to Get Your Questions and Suggestions Responded To
Lecture 51 Congrats! You Are Now Prepared to Communicate Effectively in Online Meetings
Section 9: More Presentation Skills Lectures to Supplement Your Video Presentation Course
Lecture 52 Quick Wins! How to Impress Your Audience Within the First Two Seconds
Lecture 53 Make YOUR Next Presentation Your Best Ever
Lecture 54 Making Your Life a Series of Winning Presentations
Lecture 55 Here Is What You Want to Accomplish With Your Presentation Skills
Lecture 56 Why I Am the Most Unpopular Presentation Skills Trainer
Lecture 57 How To Exploit Your Presentation Skills Instructor
Lecture 58 The REAL Reason Most Presentations Fail
Lecture 59 You Have Some Interesting Fellow Students Here
Lecture 60 Master the Most Important Body Part in Body Language
Lecture 61 Influence Your Audience By Starting Right Here
Lecture 62 This Is How You Will Motivate Your Audience
Lecture 63 This ONE Thing Is the Difference Between Great Speakers and Everyone Else
Lecture 64 Your Picture Will Be Worth 10,000 Words
Lecture 65 Never Forget What To Say Again!
Lecture 66 The Perfect Start for Your Presentation
Lecture 67 This Won’t Hurt A Bit, I Promise!
Lecture 68 The REAL Secret to Practicing Presentation Skills on Video That Nobody Gets
Lecture 69 Presentation Skills Are NOT Soft Skills! They Are Hard Skills That Can Be Tested
Lecture 70 The Most Important Thing I will Ever Ask You to Do In This Course
Lecture 71 Pardon Me, But Are You Sure…?
Lecture 72 Testing Your Presentation Skills from Every Direction
Lecture 73 Eliminate Fear, Build Confidence, for Every Future Presentation
Lecture 74 Congratulations IF You have Done the Work So Far
Lecture 75 How To Get The Most Out of the Rest of This Course
Section 10: Direct Answers To Your Most Frequently Asked Questions
Lecture 76 If You Are In a Hurry To Find An Answer To a Specific Question, Start Here
Lecture 77 What Do I Do With My Hands While Giving a Presentation?
Lecture 78 What do You Do If You Are Nervous Before Giving a Presentation?
Lecture 79 What is the #1 Blunder Most People Make In their Presentation Skills?
Lecture 80 What Is the #1 Thing You Can Do to Improve Your Presentation?
Lecture 81 How Can You Remember What To Say During a Presentation?
Lecture 82 Who Is the Best Speaker In The World?
Lecture 83 What If You Are Asked a Question and You Don’t Know the Answer?
Lecture 84 What Should Happen After the Presentation?
Lecture 85 Is It a Good Idea to Memorize a Presentation?
Lecture 86 What Is the Best Way to Write a Presentation?
Lecture 87 What Do You Do If You are Losing the Audience?
Lecture 88 What Do You Do If You Hate Your Voice?
Lecture 89 Is It OK to Use Alcohol, Beta Blockers or Marijuana to Calm Yourself?
Lecture 90 What Do You Do If You Mess Up In The Middle of a Presentation?
Lecture 91 Should You Tell ‘Em What You’re Gonna Tell ‘Em?
Lecture 92 Is It OK To Wear Glasses During a Presentation?
Lecture 93 Should You Warn Your Audience That You are Going to Be Boring?
Lecture 94 Should I Use PowerPoint?
Lecture 95 How Long Should I Rehearse My Presentation?
Lecture 96 Should I Read My Presentation?
Lecture 97 How Long Should a Presentation Be?
Lecture 98 How Many Bullet Points Should Be On a PowerPoint Slide?
Lecture 99 Is It OK To Use Builds In a PowerPoint?
Lecture 100 Should You Look At One Friendly Face While Giving a Presentation?
Lecture 101 What is Everything You Need to Know about PowerPoint In One Minute?
Lecture 102 What is a ‘Magic Phrase’ for Presenters?
Lecture 103 What Do I Do If My Presenting Times Is Cut Back At The Last Minute?
Lecture 104 What Is the Best Way To Start a Presentation?
Lecture 105 How Do You Present With True Confidence?
Lecture 106 How Do You Present In Front Of a Large Audience?
Lecture 107 How Can You Sound Conversational While Giving a Presentation?
Lecture 108 How Can You Smile During a Presentation?
Lecture 109 How do You Recover from a Memory Lapse When Giving a Presentation?
Lecture 110 How Do You Manage Time When Giving a Presentation?
Lecture 111 How Can You Make Prepared Remarks as Interesting as the Q and A Session?
Lecture 112 How Do You Make an Acceptance Speech?
Lecture 113 Is It a Good Idea to Use Animation and Special Effects?
Lecture 114 Aren’t Presentation Skills Something You Are Either Born With Or Not?
Lecture 115 Am I Better Off Just Winging It?
Lecture 116 How Do You Deal With Audience Members Who are Texting During Your Presentation?
Lecture 117 What Do You Do If You Have a Technical Malfunction During Your Presentation?
Lecture 118 What Is The Best Way to Close a Presentation?
Lecture 119 How do You Avoid Making a Bad Impression During a Presentation?
Lecture 120 How Should You Be Introduced Before Making a Presentation?
Lecture 121 How Many Slides Should You Have In a PowerPoint Presentation?
Lecture 122 How Do You Get Your Audience to Focus on You?
Lecture 123 How Do I Pick a Topic for a Presentation?
Lecture 124 How Do I Know What Messages Will Be Interesting To My Audience?
Lecture 125 Can I Make Up Stories for My Presentations?
Lecture 126 What Is the Best Way to Tell A Story In My Presentation?
Lecture 127 How Do You Consistently Improve as a Presenter?
Lecture 128 How Can You Test Your Presentation?
Section 11: Your PowerPoint Presentation Will Engage Your Audience, Not Put Them to Sleep
Lecture 129 You Will Never Give Another PowerPoint Presentation
Lecture 130 The Perfect Starting Point for Any PowerPoint Presentation
Lecture 131 This Will Motivate You Audience to Do Exactly What You Want Them To Do
Lecture 132 What Are Your Motives for Delivering a PowerPoint Presentation
Lecture 133 The Worst Possible Reason To Use PowerPoint Is…
Lecture 134 Double Your PowerPoint, Double Your PowerPoint Pleasure
Lecture 135 The Ultimate 2-Part Test for Every PowerPoint Slide
Lecture 136 The Single Riskiest Thing You Could Ever Do When Delivering a PowerPoint
Lecture 137 The Essential Steps of Creating PowerPoint Presentations
Lecture 138 Your PowerPoint Presentation Must Be Just as Good as Your Q and A Session
Lecture 139 You Must Be Ready for Disaster Striking!
Lecture 140 It’s Not PowerPoint That Is Boring, It Is (look in the mirror)
Lecture 141 Never Forget, YOU are the Boss of Your PowrPoint
Lecture 142 Stop Asking Your Audience to Multitask!
Lecture 143 The Perfect Number of PowerPoint Slides Is…
Lecture 144 The Perfect Number of Bullet Points Per slide Is…
Lecture 145 Here Is Exactly What Should Go On Your PowerPoint Slide
Lecture 146 This is How to Use a Graph In a PowerPoint
Lecture 147 Nobody Cares About What Is Easy for You To Do
Lecture 148 Would You Want to read a Book At A Movie Theater
Lecture 149 Your Audience Already Has a Preferred Way of Reading
Lecture 150 The Sequence of Your Presentation Is Key
Lecture 151 Get Your Audience to Focus On One Thing At a Time This Way
Lecture 152 Advancing Slides the Advanced Way
Lecture 153 Want a Remote Control? Then Bring Your Own
Lecture 154 Complexity Is Your Enemy
Lecture 155 Ha! Nobody Can See the Bottom Half of Your Slides
Lecture 156 Only Liars Say ‘There Is No time to Rehearse the PowerPoint Presentation’
Lecture 157 If Your PowerPoint Presentation Bores You, Guess Who Else It Bores
Lecture 158 Laser Pointers Should Be Used Like This
Lecture 159 One Image Per Slide Is the Golden Rule
Lecture 160 Never Let PowerPoint Be Your Downer
Lecture 161 Don’t Become a Character In Your Own Horror Movie
Lecture 162 The Perfect Length of time for a PowerPoint Presentation Is…
Lecture 163 This Is How You Cheat To Win On Every PowerPoint Challenge
Lecture 164 Plan Your PowerPoint Preparation This Way
Lecture 165 Test Your PowerPoint On a fresh Set of Eyes and Ears
Lecture 166 If You Don’t Want Your Audience to Ignore Your PowerPoint, Do This
Lecture 167 Answer These Questions Before Using Video In PowerPoint Presentations
Lecture 168 Assume You Are the Only Competent, Trustworthy Person In the World
Lecture 169 Don’t Forget the Occasional Prop
Lecture 170 Just Because You Can Doesn’t Mean You Should
Lecture 171 Notes on Special Effects
Lecture 172 The Perfect Way to Start Every PowerPoint Presentation
Lecture 173 Mangers Will NEVER Have to Look at boring Employee PowerPoint Again!
Lecture 174 Here Is How to Deliver Somebody Else’s PowerPoint Presentation
Lecture 175 Your PowerPoint Presentation Still Requires Stories
Lecture 176 Never Talk About Your PowerPoint
Lecture 177 Free Focus Group Research to Make all Your PowerPoint Presentations Improve
Section 12: The Single Most Effective Presentation Skills Tool – Storytelling Mastery
Lecture 178 This DEVICE Is the Single Biggest Difference Between Great Speakers and Awful On
Lecture 179 Become a MASTER Storyteller
Lecture 180 How to Use Stories When Giving TECHNICAL Presentations
Lecture 181 Your Turn to Craft and DELIVER Your Story
Lecture 182 Packaging Insights for Your Audience Using Stories
Lecture 183 Improving Your Story Telling
Section 13: Time for TJ To Practice What He Preaches – Stories with a Point
Lecture 184 A Masterclass in Storytelling
Lecture 185 My Worst Presentation Ever!
Lecture 186 I Was The Skunk At the Party
Lecture 187 My Very First Presentation
Lecture 188 Presenting the WRONG Way to the Media
Lecture 189 Clintonian Eye Contact
Lecture 190 My Zombie Client
Lecture 191 Teaching Clients NOT to Act
Lecture 192 Surrounded by Machine Guns!
Lecture 193 The Crying Beauty Pageant Winner
Lecture 194 You Never Have to Lurk In the Shadows Again
Lecture 195 The Fluttering Bird Flying to Nowhere
Lecture 196 ‘I Can’t do This’ Becomes ‘I Can Do This’
Lecture 197 My First Time on TV as ‘The Fonz’
Lecture 198 Speaking To a Small Audience of 5,000 People
Lecture 199 The Show Must Go On
Lecture 200 Pre-YouTube Days Driving to One TV Station At a Time
Lecture 201 You Will Never Guess One Early Role Model
Lecture 202 Fearlessness Is Often the Best PR Tool
Lecture 203 King for a Day
Lecture 204 TJ And the Cat Lady
Lecture 205 Why Did You Wear That Ugly Tie?
Lecture 206 Less Is More
Lecture 207 The Missing Link
Lecture 208 A Nobel Experience
Lecture 209 The Fetal Position
Lecture 210 On My Hands And Knees Begging!
Lecture 211 Yes, My Stint on Reality TV
Lecture 212 Brought Down to Earth
Lecture 213 My Stagecoach to Pumpkin Moment
Lecture 214 Me and Ben Affleck
Lecture 215 Familiarity Breeds Contempt
Lecture 216 Ups and Downs and Ups and Downs
Lecture 217 The Least Listened Too Talk Show Host Ever
Lecture 218 Nothing Beats a Good Gimmick
Lecture 219 Sometimes, Experience Just Means You Are Old
Lecture 220 Some Media Stars Are Approachable
Lecture 221 Waiting Til the Last Minute Is Always a Bad Idea
Lecture 222 Treated Like a King…And a Mark
Lecture 223 The Wrong Fit
Lecture 224 A Complete and Total Meltdown
Lecture 225 There Is Always Time for Anything Important
Lecture 226 Me and Mr. Rogers in ’68
Lecture 227 Presenters Don’t Get Paid What They Are Worth, They Can’t Paid What They Ask For
Lecture 228 Nobody Knows Anything
Lecture 229 Riveted…On a Dairy Farm
Lecture 230 The World’s Worst Vacuum Cleaner Salesman
Lecture 231 The Lowest Arena for Presentation Skills
Lecture 232 Presentation Skills On Video Will Sell You
Lecture 233 Showing Up On Time and Avoiding Drama
Lecture 234 It Can’t Get Any Worse Than This
Lecture 235 Diamonds And Gold for You!
Lecture 236 Larry King’s Public Speaking Secret
Lecture 237 The Best Worst Presentation I Ever Saw
Lecture 238 And The Winner of The Worst Dressed Award Is…
Lecture 239 This Superstar Is So Happy To See Me
Lecture 240 Going Into a Talking Career By Being Told ‘Don’t Talk’
Lecture 241 Some People Just Watch To Hear You Present For The Entertainment
Lecture 242 Cult Leaders Have Great Presentation Skills
Lecture 243 TJ the Carnival Barker!
Lecture 244 My First and Favorite Motivational Speaker
Lecture 245 A Story I Don’t Tell Anywhere Else But Here
Section 14: Here Is the Checklist I Use When Coaching Presentation Skills
Lecture 246 Here Is How I Critique Presentation Skills
Lecture 247 The Big Picture
Lecture 248 How to Use This Presentation Skills Checklist
Lecture 249 Proper Posture
Lecture 250 Developing Your Fair And Critical Eye
Lecture 251 Eye Contact
Lecture 252 Proper Clothing
Lecture 253 Hair!
Lecture 254 Face Movement
Lecture 255 Head Movement
Lecture 256 The Tricky Part About Judging Yourself
Lecture 257 Hand Movement
Lecture 258 Body Movement
Lecture 259 Movement Around Room
Lecture 260 Voice Volume
Lecture 261 Energy and Passion
Lecture 262 Proper Breathing
Lecture 263 Variation in Tone
Lecture 264 Pausing
Lecture 265 Speaking Speed
Lecture 266 Confident
Lecture 267 Comfortable
Lecture 268 Use A List. It Doesn’t Have To Be My List
Lecture 269 Interesting Opening
Lecture 270 In the Moment
Lecture 271 Verbal Tics
Lecture 272 Easy To Understand Message
Lecture 273 Good Transitions
Lecture 274 Boring
Lecture 275 Engaging
Lecture 276 Interacting With Audience
Lecture 277 Focused Message
Lecture 278 Good Examples
Lecture 279 Relevant Stories
Lecture 280 Dialogue
Lecture 281 Good, Simple Words
Lecture 282 Vary Sentence Structure
Lecture 283 Biz Speak or Jargon
Lecture 284 Explains Benefits to Audience
Lecture 285 Call to Action
Lecture 286 Strong Ending
Lecture 287 PowerPoint Presentations
Lecture 288 Simple, Understandable Slides
Lecture 289 Dumping Data Excesssively
Lecture 290 Slide Management
Lecture 291 Good Photos and Images
Lecture 292 Use Blank Screens
Lecture 293 Ignoring Audience
Lecture 294 Don’t Fixate On the Negatives!
Lecture 295 How to Use Checklists In Real Life
Section 15: Learn Presentation Skills Secrets from Top World Leaders, Celebrities & Athletes
Lecture 296 Learn Presentation Skills from Your Role Models
Lecture 297 Oprah Winfrey
Lecture 298 Nelson Mandela
Lecture 299 Martha Stewart
Lecture 300 Bill O’Reilly
Lecture 301 Bill Clinton
Lecture 302 Deepak Chopra
Lecture 303 William F. Buckley
Lecture 304 Samantha Bee
Lecture 305 Tony Blair
Lecture 306 Amy Cuddy
Lecture 307 Dick Clark
Lecture 308 Winston Churchill
Lecture 309 Steve Harvey
Lecture 310 Ronald Reagan
Lecture 311 Jesse Jackson
Lecture 312 Robin Williams
Lecture 313 Rush Limbaugh
Lecture 314 Ellen DeGeneres
Lecture 315 Barack Obama
Lecture 316 Joan Rivers
Lecture 317 Fidel Castro
Lecture 318 Bill Maher
Lecture 319 Suze Orman
Lecture 320 Larry King
Lecture 321 Barbara Walters
Lecture 322 Emeril Lagasse
Lecture 323 Rachel Ray
Lecture 324 Les Brown
Lecture 325 Eleanor Roosevelt
Lecture 326 Steve Jobs
Lecture 327 Johnny Carson
Lecture 328 Warren Buffett
Lecture 329 David Letterman
Lecture 330 Judge Judy
Lecture 331 Billy Graham
Lecture 332 Dr. Phil
Lecture 333 Joel Osteen
Lecture 334 John F. Kennedy
Lecture 335 Margaret Thatcher
Lecture 336 Martin Luther King Jr.
Lecture 337 Abraham Lincoln
Lecture 338 Zig Ziglar
Lecture 339 Franklin D. Roosevelt
Lecture 340 Teddy Roosevelt
Lecture 341 Anthony Robbins
Lecture 342 Gary Vaynerchuk
Lecture 343 Adolf Hitler
Section 16: Essential Body Language Skills Need for Strong Presentations
Lecture 344 Your Nerves Will Never Show Again in the Workplace
Lecture 345 Here Is Exactly What to Do With Your Hands
Lecture 346 The Composed, Confident Video Star
Lecture 347 Never Spotlight Your Blunders and Mistakes Again
Lecture 348 You are Now Ready for Prime Time TV
Lecture 349 The Number 1 Tip for Curing Body Language Problems Is…
Lecture 350 The Real Way to Improve Your Body Language Confidence
Lecture 351 Great Body Language for Your Presentations
Lecture 352 PowerPoint Will Never Turn You Into a Robotic Bore Again
Lecture 353 Confident Briefing to Colleagues and Others
Lecture 354 Keynote Speeches Will Showcase Your Calm and Confidence
Lecture 355 Use a TelePrompTer Like a Network News Anchor
Lecture 356 One Last Chance for a Body Language Personal Critique….
Lecture 357 Making Sure Your Clothes Are Communicating Your Positive Story
Lecture 358 Your Body Language Partner – The Friendly Spotter
Section 17: Eliminate Your Fear of Presenting
Lecture 359 The Origins of Your Fear of Presenting
Lecture 360 Fake Solutions That Don’t Work
Lecture 361 The Process of Eliminating Fear
Lecture 362 Rehearse Your Presentation On Video
Lecture 363 Cheat the System
Lecture 364 Practice Makes…Comfortable
Lecture 365 The Confident Speaker’s Attitude
Section 18: Strong Presentation Skills Without Verbal Tics, Uhs, Ums or Errs…
Lecture 366 Master the Quickest, Easiest Way to Eliminate Verbal Tics
Lecture 367 Now You Know Where the Tics Come From
Lecture 368 You Are Not Alone
Lecture 369 Hit the Pin, Not the Sand Trap
Lecture 370 Don’t Let the Ding A Ling Get You
Lecture 371 Eliminating the Source of Your Speaking Discomfort Once and For All
Lecture 372 Appear More Confident By Using Smaller Words
Lecture 373 You Will Avoid the Data Dump Blues
Lecture 374 Never Worry About Remembering Again
Lecture 375 The Number 1 Tip for Eliminating Nerves
Lecture 376 A Focus Group To Make You Better
Section 19: Presentation Skills for Video
Lecture 377 The Video Advantage In All Your Proposals – Quick Win!
Lecture 378 Hype Versus Reality – Why Most People Never Create Simple Video
Lecture 379 Mastering the Human Side Of Looking and Sounding Your Best on Video
Lecture 380 How This Section Will Improve Your Business
Lecture 381 Your Proposals will Stand Head and Shoulders Above Your Competitors
Lecture 382 Your Clients Will Find You Their Most Responsive Partner Ever
Lecture 383 Your Website Can Be Video-Centric
Lecture 384 Now You Can Answer Frequently Asked Questions Just Once!
Lecture 385 Talk Your Customers Through Your Whole Business Process
Lecture 386 Have an Even Greater Presence on YouTube
Lecture 387 Speak Your Thought Leadership
Lecture 388 Your Exciting Video Newsletters Will Outshine Text Newsletters
Lecture 389 Facebook Live Will Never Scare You Again
Lecture 390 Project Your Best Face on Skype and Zoom
Lecture 391 Deliver Keynote Speeches Without Ever Leaving Home
Lecture 392 Supercharge Your Public Relations Efforts With Video
Lecture 393 The Crisis Communications Secret Weapon
Lecture 394 Drastically Reduce Your Time Training Employees and Others
Section 20: Presentation Skills You will Need for Job Interviews
Lecture 395 Establishing Your Winning Job Interview Goals
Lecture 396 Secrets to Acing the Interview Before You Show Up
Lecture 397 Dress for the Interview and the job
Lecture 398 Make Small Talk like a Pro
Lecture 399 Tell Me About Yourself – And be Memorable!
Lecture 400 The Proper Job Interview Mindset
Lecture 401 The Strategy Memo
Lecture 402 Rehearse Your Interview on Video
Lecture 403 Ask for the Job
Section 21: Presentation Skills for Introducing Yourself
Lecture 404 The Secret to Introducing Yourself
Lecture 405 You Will Avoid doing These Things At All Costs
Lecture 406 This Is The Right Way for You
Lecture 407 Here is the Single Most Important Thing to Do
Section 22: Presentation Skills for One on One Talks
Lecture 408 Master the Secret of One on One Presentations
Lecture 409 Accomplish Your Goals in Every Presentation
Lecture 410 You Will Know How This Person Thinks
Lecture 411 Make Sure This Person Really Gets What Is Most Important to You
Lecture 412 Top 5 Messages Part 2
Lecture 413 Notes
Lecture 414 20 Questions
Lecture 415 Stories
Lecture 416 Final Thoughts on One on One Presentation Skills
Section 23: Presentation Skills Need for Speaking to Large Audiences
Lecture 417 Learn the Secret to Speaking to Large Audiences
Lecture 418 Your Fears Will Melt Away, After This
Lecture 419 You Will Speak With Perfect Volume, Once You do This
Lecture 420 Your Eyes Will Never Look Lost
Lecture 421 Pause for Maximum Affect and Impact
Lecture 422 Your PowerPoint Will Illuminate, Not Bore
Lecture 423 Possible Outcomes
Lecture 424 Final Thoughts on Presentation Skills for Large Audiences
Section 24: Elevator Pitch Presentation Skills
Lecture 425 Learn the Secret of Great Elevator Pitches
Lecture 426 Accomplish Your Goals After You Deliver Your Pitch
Lecture 427 You Will Focus on Your One Big Idea
Lecture 428 Never Confuse Your Prospect Again
Lecture 429 Role Models
Lecture 430 The 2 Key Questions You Must Answer
Lecture 431 Give Someone a Reason to Want More from You
Lecture 432 Watch Bad Elevator Pitches
Lecture 433 Final Thoughts on Elevator Pitches
Section 25: TelePrompTer Presentation skills
Lecture 434 Learn the Secret to Communicating Effectively Using a Teleprompter
Lecture 435 Video Benchmark
Lecture 436 Learn How to Make Self-Corrections So That You Always Look Great
Lecture 437 Master the 4 Key Elements That will Make Your Teleprompter Use Seem Effortless
Lecture 438 Volume
Lecture 439 Head Movement
Lecture 440 Pausing
Lecture 441 All 4 Together
Lecture 442 Use 2 Prompter Screens In a Way that Nobody Will Notice
Lecture 443 Full Speech Practice
Lecture 444 Politician Role Models
Lecture 445 TV Role Models
Lecture 446 Potential Disasters
Lecture 447 Reasons Not to Use a Teleprompter
Lecture 448 Secrets from the Master
Lecture 449 Final Thoughts on TelePrompTer Presentation Skills
Section 26: TED Talk Presentation Skills
Lecture 450 What Makes a TED Talk
Lecture 451 Passion for an Idea Worth Spreading
Lecture 452 Tell a Story
Lecture 453 Plan Your Visuals
Lecture 454 Timing is Everything
Lecture 455 Style AND Substance are Essential
Lecture 456 Video Rehearsal is the Most Important Step
Lecture 457 Great Writers Read Great Writers–Great Speakers Watch Great Speakers
Lecture 458 Apply to Speak at TED and Final Thoughts
Section 27: Presentation Skills for Selling
Lecture 459 The Secret to Selling When Presenting
Lecture 460 Create Winning Sales Messages for Every Presentation
Lecture 461 Mastering All Types of Presentations
Lecture 462 One on One Presentations Should Be the Easiest for You
Lecture 463 Getting Your Prospects to Take Action
Lecture 464 You Will Never Commit These 2 Common Blunders
Lecture 465 Final Thoughts On Sales Presentations
Section 28: Presentation Skills for people Who HATE Presenting
Lecture 466 The Real Reason Why You Hate Presenting–And What You Can Do About It-Now
Lecture 467 You Will Accomplish Your Public Speaking Goals
Lecture 468 It’s Not About You; It’s About Your Message
Lecture 469 You Can Breath Life Into Your Speech By Doing This
Lecture 470 Your PowerPoint Will Educate, Not Bore
Lecture 471 Use the Ethical Public Speaking Cheat Sheet
Lecture 472 You Aren’t going to Like This, But It Is What Matters Most – Video Practice
Lecture 473 Final Thoughts for Those Who Hate Presentations
Section 29: Presentation Skills for the Professional Speaker
Lecture 474 Presenting Your Message, And Getting Paid for It
Lecture 475 Here is How to Pick a Profitable Niche
Lecture 476 Be the King of all Media for Your Niche
Lecture 477 Develop a Tribe That Will Follow You Into Battle
Lecture 478 Making Sure Your Business Model is Profitable
Lecture 479 Marketing
Lecture 480 Fees
Lecture 481 Speaker Bureaus
Lecture 482 Platform Skills
Lecture 483 Final Thoughts on Professional Speaking
Section 30: Improving Your Voice for Presentations
Lecture 484 The Real Key to Using Your Vocal Instrument
Lecture 485 You already Have a Better Voice Than These People
Lecture 486 Learn the Biggest Secret to finding the Strengths and Weaknesses of Your Voice
Lecture 487 Diagnosis of Your Own Voice
Lecture 488 Feedback from Others
Lecture 489 Defining Your Exact Problems
Lecture 490 Listen to Natural Conversation
Lecture 491 Don’t Lower Your Voice
Lecture 492 Other Techniques
Lecture 493 Final Thoughts on Improving Your Voice
Section 31: Presentation Skills for Motivational Speaking
Lecture 494 Your Message Can Move Millions
Lecture 495 How to Make Sure You Have a Motivating Message
Lecture 496 Finding What Is So Special About You
Lecture 497 Years later, They Will Remember Your Story
Lecture 498 Your Process Goes Like This
Lecture 499 Bringing Clarity to Your Messages
Lecture 500 Master Storytelling
Lecture 501 Stagecraft
Lecture 502 YouTube Role Models
Lecture 503 Video Refine
Lecture 504 Show to Others
Lecture 505 Put video on YouTube and Facebook
Lecture 506 Tell the World
Lecture 507 Speaker Bureaus
Lecture 508 Daily YouTube and Facebook Post
Lecture 509 Final Thoughts on Motivational Speaking
Section 32: Presentation Skills for Kids
Lecture 510 If You Can Have a Conversation With One friend, then You can Be a Good Speaker
Lecture 511 Accomplish Your Goals In Every Presentation
Lecture 512 Make Sure Your Most Important Ideas Are Remembered
Lecture 513 Show What You Care About
Lecture 514 Make Your Points Unforgettable – Examples
Lecture 515 Use a Cheat Sheet That Will Never Get You in Trouble
Lecture 516 Final Tips on Presentation Skills for Kids
Section 33: Presentation Skills for Engineers
Lecture 517 Engineers Can Give Excellent Speeches When They Do This…
Lecture 518 Never Get Trapped in The Engineer Mentality That Excuses Bad Speaking
Lecture 519 Accomplish the Goals for Your Speaking “Project”
Lecture 520 Design Your Messages for Maximum Impact
Lecture 521 Final Thoughts on Public Speaking for Engineers
Section 34: Team Presentation Skills
Lecture 522 Each Team Member Must Be Interesting and Memorable – Presentation Skills
Lecture 523 Your Presentation Goals Will Be Identified and Accomplished
Lecture 524 These Top 5 Messages Will Help You Connect With The Audience
Lecture 525 Time to Assign Topics to Your Team
Lecture 526 Each Person Must Prepare This Way
Lecture 527 Group PowerPoint Presentations
Lecture 528 Team Presentation Skills Conclusion
Section 35: Presentation Skills In Workplace Meetings
Lecture 529 You Can Learn the Secret of Speaking Confidently in Meetings
Lecture 530 Learn the Easiest Thing to Present: A Question
Lecture 531 Build Confidence Through Notes
Lecture 532 Make the Right Risk Assessment
Lecture 533 You Will Sound Natural and Relaxed
Lecture 534 The Ultimate Confidence Builder
Lecture 535 Final Tips on Presentation Skills for Meetings
Section 36: Presentation Skills When Part Of A Panel Discussion
Lecture 536 Never Blunder the Way Most Panelists Do
Lecture 537 Master the Ground Rules So You Will Shine
Lecture 538 Communicate Effectively By Focusing on Your Top Three Messages
Lecture 539 Become the Master of the Short Story
Lecture 540 Other Tips to Make You Great – Sitting Standing Notes
Lecture 541 Look at Panelists
Lecture 542 Final Thoughts on Presenting on Panels
Section 37: Presentation Skills for Financial Talks
Lecture 543 You Will Make the Most Important Financial Trends Stand Out
Lecture 544 Your Goals Will Be Accomplished After Your Presentation
Lecture 545 Create Messages Your audience Will Care About and Remember
Lecture 546 Your Stories Behind the Numbers Will Resonate
Lecture 547 Command the Room for the First 2 Minutes
Lecture 548 PowerPoint Will Enhance Your Message, But You are Still the Messenger
Lecture 549 Draw Conclusions
Lecture 550 Your Future of Fantastic Financial Presentations
Section 38: Extra Videos
Lecture 551 Presentation Skills for the Media
Lecture 552 Presentation Skills for a Media Crisis
Lecture 553 Small Talk Presentation Tips with Don Gabor
Lecture 554 Presentation Tips From Communications Expert and Media Pro Bob Berkowitz
Section 39: Your Presentation Skills Library Has Just Been Expanded
Lecture 555 Have you come this far and you still see something missing?
Section 40: Course Update
Lecture 556 Update to Video Conferencing Zoom Skype WebEX Tech Presentation Skills
Lecture 557 Better Zoom Using ChatGPT
Section 41: Conclusion – You are ready for a Lifetime of Great Presentations!
Lecture 558 One Last Chance to Make This Course Better for Your Permanent Learning Library
Lecture 559 Reminder, This Is Your Lifetime Presentation Skills Reference Tool
Lecture 560 Here Is How You Can Get your Certificate of Completion for this Course
Lecture 561 Conclusion to the Whole Darn Course!
Lecture 562 Bonus Lecture
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