Monday, August 24 WEBINAR: Virtual Magic: Making Great CLE Presentations Online
Friday, August 14, 2020
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Monday, August 24, 2020, 1:00 – 2:00 p.m. CDT
Fees: Members-$29/Non-Members $79
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Presenter: Mr. Steve Hughes, MBA
Given the continued reality of social distancing and working from home, online presentations have become a daily necessity. However, if you approach a virtual CLE presentation the same way you do an in-person program, your chances of success may be limited. The good news is that a great online CLE presentation is relatively easy to create and deliver if you understand the dynamics of remote audiences. Virtual Magic is a cutting-edge program that gives you the tools you need to connect with and influence others when you can’t be there in person.
- Avoid the five common mistakes that derail most virtual presentations.
- Incorporate proven strategies to keep your remote audiences engaged.
- Increase the effectiveness of your remote CLE programs.
Mr. Steve Hughes, MBA
Steve Hughes is a sought-after speaker and consultant who helps people look and sound smart when they talk. He’s the author of Captivate and he has been featured on NPR, BBC Radio and in The Wall Street Journal and Businessweek. Today he works with a select list of blue-chip clients including top law firms, leading universities, national associations, and Fortune 500 companies. Steve holds a BA in French Literature and European History from the University of Kansas and an MBA in Marketing from Washington University’s Olin School of Business, where he was awarded the prestigious Olin Cup. He travels out of St. Louis where he lives with his wife and their two well-behaved daughters.