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Virtual Presentations That Work by Joel Gendelman

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CHAPTER 18IDENTIFYING OBJECTIVES AND SETTING EXPECTATIONS

Attendees have a right to know what they can expect to get out of your virtual presentation, and you have a responsibility to tell them this clearly. Establishing goals and ground rules is important for any meeting, and a virtual presentation is no exception. It is extremely important to be respectful and to identify proper online etiquette at the beginning of a virtual presentation.

COMPARING VIRTUAL AND FACE-TO-FACE STRATEGIES

Face-to-Face Presentation

Key ground rules for face-to-face meetings include turning off cell phones, not sending or responding to e-mails, actively participating, paying attention, asking and answering questions, and treating colleagues respectfully. An example ...

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