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My virtual workshops feature all the engaging content, high-energy facilitation, and experiential learning that you've come to love about my in-person workshops. Except, you can participate in the virtual workshops from wherever you are in the world! If you want to re-live your experience from a virtual workshop (or live it for the first time), watch the replay at the time most convenient for you!
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Tips For Being a Video Conference Superstar
Recorded: Friday, May 25, 2020
When the year began, you had never even heard of Zoom. And now every meeting you attend is a video conference. And that would be fine, except you have no idea what you’re doing when it comes to being on-camera. This virtual workshop will give you the best practices to make sure you are camera-ready for your next video conference whether you will be facilitating it or simply joining as a participant. You’ll learn everything you need to set up a good-looking shot on your laptop, tablet, or smartphone, and how to appear confident and engaged when your camera is on. Wardrobe, makeup, and special effects sold separately.
YOU SHOULD WATCH IF YOU...
Are new to video conferencing (and a little scared)
Feel uneasy about turning on your camera during a video conference
Are generally camera-shy
Want to improve your on-camera presence & engagement
I get it. You want to sound just as good as you look when you're on video! Fortunately for you, I tested 4 mics and made a video to show you how each of them sounds. Check out this video to see, um...hear my comparison of a built-in laptop mic, a wired lavalier mic, a USB headset mic, and a USB condenser mic. Note: I don't know what happened, but the end of this video got chopped when I uploaded it to YouTube. But rest assured, you aren't missing anything that's critical.
Should I suit up? Is it okay if I wear my pajamas? Do I still have to wear pants even though people won't be able to see anything below my sternum? Check out the video below for some simple guidance on how to attire yourself for your next video conference. Note: I don't know what happened, but the end of this video got chopped when I uploaded it to YouTube. But rest assured, you aren't missing anything that's critical.