Create a Project Plan


Assign roles and responsibilities Determine the components of your project plan Create a template for each type of presentation Schedule your presentation


Because so many moving parts and variables make up a virtual presentation, it's easy to forget something. Unlike in a live presentation when you can just send someone off to make a copy for you or fetch someone from another cubicle, when you miss something online, it can become a showstopper. At the very least, it'll delay your presentation to the point where your audience loses concentration and you can't achieve your objectives.

A project plan can help. You can’t concentrate on what you’re doing if you’re worried about something else. The project ...

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