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Virtual Communication Series: How to Effectively Present Virtually

AMA continues its new thought leadership series, Ask the Experts , with a practical and timely exploration of virtual communication topics essential for every business professional in these changing times. In How to Effectively Present Virtually , a top communication authority will share perspectives on the unique skills that professionals need for successful virtual presentations, as well as best practices for planning the presentation and making it as impactful as possible. What You Will Cover The different skills needed for presenting virtually Practical ways to engage a virtual audience How to effectively plan for a virtual presentation About the Expert Susan Mason has over 35 years of experience as an educator, executive coach, trainer and instructional designer. Susan holds advanced degrees in Corporate Communication and Rhetoric and Communication. She has worked at Albany University, Tompkins-Cortland Community College, the Cornell University School of Industrial Labor Relations, and Hamilton College, where she served as the founding director of Hamilton’s Oral Communication Center and director of Hamilton’s Education Studies Program. Presently, Susan teaches courses in leadership studies and offers leadership education programs for the Arthur Levitt Center for Public Affairs and the Levitt Leadership Institute.   About the Facilitator Dorothy Deming is the Director of Education, Content, and Operations at American Management Association. She joined AMA in 2012 and currently leads the content development strategy for AMA and manages the learning solutions team. Dorothy has collaborated with clients and organizations to develop and implement high impact learning solutions that drive results. She has managed and developed learning curriculums for numerous global individuals and organizations. Dorothy has a Master’s degree in Industrial and Organizational Psychology from Baruch College.

Seminar Number: 17625

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Who Should Attend

All business professionals who need practical skills to communicate virtually and with effectiveness and impact.

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AMA continues its new thought leadership series, Ask the Experts, with a practical and timely exploration of virtual communication topics essential for every business professional in these changing times.

In How to Effectively Present Virtually, a top communication authority will share perspectives on the unique skills that professionals need for successful virtual presentations, as well as best practices for planning the presentation and making it as impactful as possible.

What You Will Cover

  • The different skills needed for presenting virtually
  • Practical ways to engage a virtual audience
  • How to effectively plan for a virtual presentation

About the Expert

mason_susan1Susan Mason has over 35 years of experience as an educator, executive coach, trainer and instructional designer. Susan holds advanced degrees in Corporate Communication and Rhetoric and Communication. She has worked at Albany University, Tompkins-Cortland Community College, the Cornell University School of Industrial Labor Relations, and Hamilton College, where she served as the founding director of Hamilton’s Oral Communication Center and director of Hamilton’s Education Studies Program. Presently, Susan teaches courses in leadership studies and offers leadership education programs for the Arthur Levitt Center for Public Affairs and the Levitt Leadership Institute.

 

About the Facilitator

deming_dorothy_sqDorothy Deming is the Director of Education, Content, and Operations at American Management Association. She joined AMA in 2012 and currently leads the content development strategy for AMA and manages the learning solutions team. Dorothy has collaborated with clients and organizations to develop and implement high impact learning solutions that drive results. She has managed and developed learning curriculums for numerous global individuals and organizations. Dorothy has a Master’s degree in Industrial and Organizational Psychology from Baruch College.

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