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Persuasive Presentations | Virtual and In Person
06/09/2020 @ 3:00 PM
Overnight, our communication methods have had to change radically. With that, you’ve probably noticed that virtual and face-to-face communication dynamics are different. In this webinar, you will learn verbal and non-verbal strategies designed to increase your confidence and equip you to better influence, engage, and even entertain an in-person or virtual audience. Presented by Sharon Sayler and moderated by David Sanchez, this webinar will help you become a powerful public speaker, regardless of the platform.
During this webinar, you’ll discover how to:
• Be completely comfortable and in control speaking to anyone, anywhere – including virtual.
• Use the proven techniques of gesture, posture, and voice to increase your influence and confidence and the differences between digital and in-person body language.
• To become comfortable and in control when speaking in public.
• To learn ways to connect with both in-person and virtual audiences of 1 or 1000s.
After this session, attendees will have immediately useful techniques to refine their communication skills and gain the confidence to speak in a variety of situations and platforms.
Sharon Sayler is an international communications trainer, speaker, best-selling author, and CEO of the strategic communications firm Competitive Edge Communications, a company devoted to teaching professionals around the world how to be leaders using critical behavioral relationship, leadership and communication skills. Ms. Sayler has published several books used in Universities around the world, and is considered among the top 20 body language experts in the world. Past Yale lecture engagements have included the Yale School of Management and the Yale Club of South Florida.
David Sanchez earned two graduate degrees at Yale and has been a pioneer in hedge funds since 1989 as CEO of his firm, Singular Global Advisors. David is president of the Yale Club of South Florida, Chairman of the Yale Latino Alumni Network, and has served twice on the YAA Board of Governors. David was the inaugural Chair for the first two years of Yale’s Day of Service.