Being a Remote Presenter (with Ken Molay)
Show Notes – Episode #99
- The world pretty much just all jumped into remote meetings at the same time. There are now more remote presentations rather than in-person meetings. Today our conversation is how to create and deliver remote presentations. And we are joined by literally an expert in web conferencing and remote presenting skills, Ken Molay of Webinar Success.
- What are the biggest overall differences and considerations between presenting live and remotely in terms of approach and maybe even content?
- What are the best practices regarding chat and questions during a presentation and what are the most effective ways of maintaining engagement?
- What kind of design considerations are there when creating a remote presentation vs. an in-person meeting?
- What type of content is problematic presenting online?
- Any notes on hardware and software platforms for remote presenting to use, avoid, recommendations?
- What about a telephone call to “walk” someone through the presentation?
- What about recording a webinar to be accessed later?
Resources from this Episode:
- Contact information for Ken Molay
- Creative Pro Week (now a virtual event, June 1-5, 2020)
- Business Watch Network, Creating Visual Presentations, April 17, 2020 webinar by Nolan Haims
- Script Q (professional teleprompt software)
- Microsoft cloud fonts
- TLC Creative Services internal “COVID-19 Design Challenge” – challenge #1 designs
- PowerPoint Adds Hex Colors (blog post on The PowerPower Blog)
- Elevate the Debate (book)
- A Simple Strategy to Inspire High Performance and Lasting Success (book)
- Ken’s webinar hardware
- Ken’s Voice input samples from 15 different audio sources to see how equipment affects your sound quality
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