Topic: The Dos and Don’ts of Video Conferencing
Speaker: Peggy Bud, Founder of Speaking Skillfully
Creating a professional image virtually, means understanding the Do’s and Don’ts of Communicating Virtually. In many ways it’s a paradigm shift. The outbreak of COVID 19 changed how the world conducts business. We went from using a variety of platforms to communicate with clients, colleagues and friends to using a virtual world to network, interview, lead and work.
The conversation will focus on what to do to ensure you successfully connect with those on the video call. You only have one chance to make a great first impression. Whether a leader, team member or job seeker, communicating via ZOOM means you do things differently than when you were communicating face to face.
It’s about taking the time to focus on “how you look” and “how you sound” when connecting on ZOOM. It’s not business as usual. Business as usual began with a hand shake. Your virtual presence begins as you click, “Join the Meeting.” We will discuss how to have a virtual handshake, how to connect on Zoom and how to make a sure you effectively communicated your message.
Peggy Bud, Founder of Speaking Skillfully helps her clients Bridge the Communication Divide and Navigate Bias. She is virtual communication expert. As a Communication Coach, Trainer and Speaker, she uses her knowledge of cognitive neuroscience to teach Effective Communication strategies and techniques. As a result of COVID 19, she coaches her clients on how to Skillfully Participate on a Video Call, whether during an interview, meeting or networking. She has a BS from Indiana University and a MS and 6th year Certificate in Educational Leadership from Southern Connecticut State University. She’s a licensed Speech/Language Pathologist and School Administrator. In addition to her private consulting practice, Peggy is the Director of Recruitment for The Financial Executives Consulting Group and part of the leadership team for The Financial Executives Networking Group.
Communication isn’t an innate skill and requires honing and practice. Peggy teaches her clients Effective Communication strategies and techniques by enhancing their written and oral communication, developing their listening skills, and helping them create concise and powerful resumes and memorable elevator pitches. She provides customized coaching on ‘how you look and sound’ across all platforms. Clients come from a variety of industries (medical, legal, financial, insurance, engineering, marketing, and education). She has spoken at National Conferences, Women’s Summits, Rotary Clubs and Libraries. Her speaking and webinar topics include: Bridging the Gender and Generational Divide; Attributes of Effective Communication; Conflict in the Workplace; and The Art of Listening.
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- Website: www.PeggyBud.com
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