05 Nov SIX TIPS FOR ENGAGING THE VIRTUAL ROOM
The rules of engagement have changed. The rapid change to virtual communication has brought with it the need for all of us to rethink and reskill ourselves on how we engage our audience.
Whether the audience is an Employee Town Hall, an Annual General Meeting, Investor Briefing or preparedness for a media interview, how we interact has changed significantly. From understanding where our audiences are tuning in from, to the lack of body language cues that face to face engagement previously provided us, it is important to understand the new ground rules.
Cannings have been working with many of our clients over the past four months to assist them adapt to the virtual world and we have recently posted some great tools and insights through our LinkedIn page. And in case you missed them, we wanted to reshare them here:
TOP 6 TIPS FOR ENGAGING THE VIRTUAL ROOM
- Planning: Virtual events need planning and structure as well as defined roles.
- Who, where, why: Know your audience, where they are joining you from and why they are there.
- Body language and vocal tone: Learn the tips and tricks to project your presence virtually
- Rehearse: Rehearsing is essential.
- Technology: Choose the right technology, know how to use it and how to trouble shoot.
- Environment: Pay attention to lighting and your background, is your camera at eye level?
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