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Presenting with Confidence: Guidelines for Live and Remote Presenters

Whether you’re presenting at an in-room event or joining remotely, effective presentation skills are essential for engaging your audience and delivering your message with impact. In this guide, we’ll explore presenter guidelines tailored for online remote presenters for both live in-room events and online ones. Drawing from remote presenter guidelines, we’ll provide tips and best practices to ensure that your presentation is professional, polished, and memorable.

Joining: For remote presenters, joining the event is the first step to a successful presentation. You’ll typically receive a link to the meeting room via email. Upon clicking the link, you’ll enter the waiting room where the moderator will welcome you. During rehearsals, the moderator will walk you through the process to ensure familiarity with the setup for the live event.

Audio: Clear audio is crucial for effective communication. Ensure that you eliminate any unwanted noise by closing windows and doors and turning off distractions like TVs and phones. Speak slowly and loudly enough for the microphone to capture your voice clearly. Avoid wearing noisy accessories like bracelets and necklaces. Using headphones with a built-in microphone, such as Air Pods, is recommended for optimal audio quality.

Delivery: Maintaining eye contact with the camera establishes a connection with your audience, whether you’re presenting in person or remotely. Position your camera at eye level and ensure that your head and shoulders fit into the frame. If you stumble over words or need to cough, remain composed and take a breath before continuing. Keep a glass of water nearby to stay hydrated and prevent a dry throat.

Position: For remote presenters, a stable internet connection is essential. Ideally, connect your laptop or desktop computer to the internet via an ethernet cable. If using Wi-Fi, position your device where the signal is strongest, preferably in a quiet room with adequate lighting. A plain background is ideal, but if not possible, minimise clutter and ensure appropriate headroom for good composition.

Presenter Tips: Choose clothing that contrasts with your background to avoid blending in. Avoid small or busy patterns that may cause a strobing effect on the live stream. Apply a small amount of foundation to reduce shine caused by strong lighting. Jewelry is acceptable as long as it doesn’t produce noise that could distract from your presentation.

Presenting with confidence is key to delivering a successful presentation, whether in-room or remotely. By following these guidelines, you can ensure that your presentation is professional, engaging, and memorable. Whether you’re speaking to a live audience or connecting with viewers online, effective presentation skills will help you convey your message with clarity and impact.

Contact us today to learn more about how we can help you deliver compelling presentations that leave a lasting impression on your audience.

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