Professional Pensions’ publisher Incisive Media is hosting an upcoming interactive workshop: ‘How to Own the Zoom: The Art of Brilliant Speaking Online’. The workshop will take place over Zoom on Tuesday 17th November between 2pm and 3:30pm (GMT) and will be hosted by stand-up comedian Viv Groskop.
How to Own the Zoom: The Art of Brilliant Speaking Online is a 90-minute interactive workshop that will cover everything you ever wanted to know about video-conferencing, no matter which platform. How can we come across how we want to on screen? How can you feel connected to others when you can't be in the same room as them?
Presented by Viv Groskop, stand-up comedian and host of How to Own the Room podcast, this session will include plenty of opportunity to ask questions and trouble-shoot problems.
Early bird discount tickets costing £39+VAT are available until 6 November. Full price tickets to the event cost £49+VAT.
For further information about the event and to book a place on this workshop, visit our website.
About Viv Groskop:
Viv is a stand-up comedian, TV and radio presenter and author of the best-selling book How to Own the Room. She hosts the chart-topping podcast of the same name where she has interviewed Hillary Clinton, Nigella Lawson, Mary Portas, Professor Mary Beard, Julie Andrews, Google's Matt Brittin, Succession's Brian Cox and dozens more about what it means to them to "own the room" — to convey power, authority and confidence. For the past nine months she has worked with dozens of major companies across the world in virtual presentations and workshops, analysing video-conferencing skills and figuring out what is working for people — and what isn't. Last month the podcast episode How to Own the Zoom became the fastest download in the series' history.
This will be an interactive workshop where there will be plenty of opportunity to ask questions.
For more information and to book a ticket, please visit our dedicated website.
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