3 Ways to Increase Your Personal Presence over Video & Phone
Recorded On: 11/18/2020
This on-demand webinar is available for 14 days after purchase.
Ever since their invention, business has been conducted over video meetings and phone calls. For better or worse, we can easily converse with people around the world with just the touch of a button. And now that many of us are working from home due to COVID-19, most interactions with coworkers, clients, management, staff, vendors—everybody!—have become remote.
So much of communication is nonverbal. Is it even possible to convey confidence, credibility, or presence remotely? Yes! While face-to-face communication does provide more nonverbal cues, you convey more than you realize over video and phone. Are you sending the message you want?
If you’d like to find ways to increase your presence even when you’re physically distant, join this one-hour webinar in which you will learn:
- Nonverbals that can be conveyed over phone or video
- How to manage distractions that diminish your Presence
- Two behaviors that affect the tone of your voice
- When and how to vary your voice pattern
- Why and how to open up your sense of space
- …and more!
About the Speaker
Rachel Beohm has worked for over ten years in the communications field. She trains executives, professionals, and speakers to present themselves powerfully through the use of nonverbal communication skills so they can achieve their goals. She coaches clients one-on-one in downtown Portland, OR, provides blogs and other resources online, and delivers workshops and keynotes across the country. Rachel first discovered the power of nonverbal communication while studying for her graduate degree at Portland State University. She observed fellow teaching assistants transform before her very eyes with a few simple techniques. Fascinated, she began learning all she could and sharing it with others. Rachel has become known for her knowledge, insightfulness, and remarkable ability to share her understanding in a way that others can immediately put to use.
Rachel is active on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Medium. She also blogs regularly at her website: www.rachelbeohm.com