Conduct a first and second rehearsal Monitor rehearsal activity Ask for feedback


Many of you readers are experienced live presenters who feel fairly comfortable with your material and being in front of a crowd. As a result, you might not feel the need to rehearse very often. Maybe you repeat the same material, or you always work with the same people with whom you feel comfortable communicating.

When it comes to presenting online, though, the added complexity of using the media prevents reliance on an old skill set (at least until you get comfortable with the new material and tools).

Let’s be clear: Rehearsal does not mean flipping through your PowerPoint visuals while muttering to yourself. True rehearsal means ...

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