Everybody and his cousin holding completely different positions, ever and again, are faced with the necessity of public speech. Today, not artists and professional speakers have to interact with the public only. Most often, in a line of duty, this has to be done by training managers, top managers, lawyers, heads of departments, etc., they conduct self-presentations, give speeches at conferences, present their companies, use public speeches for a variety of purposes.
Webinars are online events that connect people from across the globe in a common digital space. They have a wide range of potential applications, but here we shall focus on how nonprofit organizations can benefit from their hosting.
Did you know that Winston Churchill would take one hour to prepare for one minute of his speech? Public speaking is not a creative process. It’s a grueling, although ultimately rewarding work, so, brace yourself. It’s all worth it in the end.
Generally, we might know it is not very easy to start hosting webinars. All those doubts on whether your presentation will be of any interest to others, whether you can cope with the technical side of the process and so on are overcoming you. You constantly doubt the topic, too, and put off the moment X. These are exactly the apprehensions that our marketer is aware of. And today she is ready to present her vision on how to host your first webinar most effectively and remain calm to the maximum extent possible. Here are some of the preparation steps to hosting webinars she would like to share.
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