How to Present Online

Dale Carnegie outlined four ways people evaluate us: what we say, how we say it, what we do, and how we do it. These tenets hold true for any presentation, whether delivered face-to-face or online. Expert communicators know that how to present online is to plan, prepare and execute a compelling online presentation using the virtual tools available. An effective online presentation captivates an audience only when voice, visuals and technology come together to deliver a high impact, engaging experience.

The venues where we conduct our communications and presentations have changed, and knowing how to present online becomes more relevant to professionals in this time. This online communication skills training course takes you through Dale Carnegie’s time-tested tenets of communication and their contemporary applications to online channels.

Class Format
2-hour workshop

What you’ll learn

How to Present Online is a two-hour online communication skills webinar that illustrates the nuances of online presentations and techniques for quickly and effectively establishing a rapport with a virtual audience. Engage your audience with strong visuals and maximum interactivity. Discover innovative ways to use technology to open, close, and deliver a strong message with impact.

Why you want to learn it

A presentation needs to pack a punch, especially if it’s online. By practicing Dale Carnegie principles, masterfully using technology, and creating superior visuals, online presentations become dynamic and powerful. Break the mold of boring webinars and set a new standard for virtual presentations.

How it will help you

If “Seeing is believing”, then you’re in luck. Emerging technology has made it easier to create powerful, visual presentations. Now, by practicing proven principles, you can create impactful presentations that will mesmerize your audience.


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Funding Support Available

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NTUC Union Training Assistance Program (UTAP)