- May 28, 2020
9:15 am - 10:45 am
Your ability to speak clearly and effectively in virtual settings is vital to your professional success – and it is something each of you can learn. In this lively and interactive webinar, you will learn how to increase your leadership presence in virtual meetings, presentations, and conference calls. In just 90 minutes, you will gain a toolbox of concrete virtual speaking strategies you can use immediately.
Attendees will learn:
- How to create an audience focused virtual presentation
- How to foster meaningful and productive conversation
- How to use your voice to make sure everyone feels personally addressed
- How to minimize distractions and ensure participation
- How to use language that gets people to sit up and listen
About Sarah Gershman
Sarah Gershman is president of Green Room Speakers, a speaker training company based in Washington, DC. Sarah is an adjunct professor of communications at the McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University where she lectures to students from around the globe.
Sarah has trained executives and staff at a variety of national organizations and agencies. Recent clients include: Microsoft, General Dynamics, Brookings, the National Governor’s Association, CNAS, GDIT, Kaiser Permanente, Skadden Arps, Finnegan, Booz Allen Hamilton, the Office of the Secretary of Defense, the US Department of Labor, the US Department of Justice, the Robin Hood Foundation, Eli Lilly, SBSB, ARC, Hertz, the Red Cross, World Bank, SBSB LLC, KCCT, Hickok Cole, RAND CC, Ridgeline Intl, UBS, PHRMA, the American Association of Blood Banks, the American Psychology Association, t PHRMA, The U.S. Department of Treasury Executive Institute, HOK, the Truman National Security Project, the Hudson Institute, the Smith Richardson Foundation, the Washington Area Legal Recruitment Administrators, WWPR. Perseus, LLC, the Schusterman International Center, The Embassy of Canada, the International Republican Institute, the National Democratic Institute, Govini, the Brunswick Group, OATH, and Gulf Stream.
Sarah combines more than 20 years of classroom teaching with a strong background in theater and the performing arts.
Sarah has a Masters in Social Work from Columbia University and a Masters in Judaic Studies from the Jewish Theological Seminary. Sarah received the Wexner Graduate Fellowship and graduated Phi Beta Kappa from the Johns Hopkins University.
Venue: ZOOM Webinar