VIRTUAL PRESENTATIONS

Are you letting the virtual environment get in the way of communicating your message? At evoke, we are experts at helping you not only learn how to be a better virtual presenter, but thrive in the virtual environment.


You can strengthen your team with better meetings, compel customers during sales briefings, and present your ideas in a clearer and more compelling way in the virtual environment. 

 
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COMMUNICATOR EDITION

[All lessons and activities: 3 hours]

The Communicator level is the foundation for this on-demand 3-hour program. Attendees will learn by watching evoke virtual master instructors demonstrate the skills and behaviors in each lesson with actual attendees. Activities are provided for each lesson to deepen attendees understanding of how to apply these skills and behaviors.


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INFLUENCER EDITION

 [All lessons, activities and coaching: 7 hours]

In addition to foundational skills and behaviors learned in the Communicator level, the Influencer level provides the attendee an opportunity to work with their own content, develop a presentation using the evoke virtual Core4™ template, and receive expert coaching. Attendees will receive feedback and coaching from evoke coaches tailored specifically for them. Completing the Communicator level is a requirement to engage in the Influencer lessons.


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VIRTUAL PRESENTATION STRATEGIES FOR SUBJECT MATTER EXPERTS

Influential Virtual Leader Webinar Series


76% of virtual presenters told us that they have difficulty getting people engaged or getting feedback from participants. It is both the subtle and the not so subtle things that make a virtual presenter successful.

While there are many specific behaviors and activities that virtual presenters must demonstrate to create worthwhile engagement for attendees, we’ve chosen three as critical for SMEs.

1. Creating rock solid virtual connections 
2. Compelling your audience to listen
3. Making the virtual environment work for you