Almost overnight, the world of communication was turned upside down as all live meetings pivoted to virtual. Suddenly, virtual meetings, which most organizations were already struggling with, became the only option available to connect with audiences. This rapidly began to expose those who weren’t able to adapt, and within a matter of weeks it became clear that those who master the new medium will outperform those that don’t.
For most of us the big question is: Is it realistic to think that our messages can survive in this new world?
The good news is yes, the Oratium methodology will equip you to not only survive, but thrive in this virtual environment
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Communicating in the virtual environment isn’t about getting to decks with somewhat fewer, slightly better slides. That completely misses the real issue.
Virtual messaging requires completely rethinking how we articulate our value proposition and connect it to our audiences’ problems in a socially constrained environment. We need to build crisp, compelling messaging that is vibrant and compelling, even in the ‘flat’, socially disconnected world of video-calls.
Decks are toxic to any presentation, but absolute poison in a virtual environment. You've got to rethink your messaging methodology.
Communication is a social process; how do you make it work in an asocial environment?
Complicated decks are the chloroform of the virtual meeting
Perhaps most important, the skills needed to overperform in the virtual environment aren’t needed only until we “get back to normal”, because we aren’t going back to that normal. The virus didn’t create a new future for communication, it merely accelerated the future that was already coming. The virus will pass, but this change is here to stay.
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You'll receive a printed reference guide, shipped to your front door. Over 50 pages of course material included, allowing learners to easily follow along and apply the content.
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Short and practical video lessons designed to hold the attention of a busy person. Animations, Interviews, Light-board Technology and software tutorials are all included.