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How To Lead And Inspire People In The Virtual World [5 Simple Secrets]

Dear Fellow Professional,

Like it or not, Zoom, Teams and the rest of their friends are here to stay.

EVERY ONE OF US has had to adjust to the world of virtual calls/meetings/workshops.

Whatever the NEW NORMAL looks like once the pandemic is in our rearview mirror, virtual communication is not going away.

Like you, I’ve been on hundreds of Zoom calls and other virtual meetings since the world changed in early 2020 – both as leader and participant.

The BIGGEST LEARNING I’ve had as a result of all these meetings is this:

If you want to lead, inspire or positively influence people in the VIRTUAL WORLD, you need a strong VIRTUAL PRESENCE – if it’s weak, people will tune out fast.

You want to be the reason they TUNE IN, NOT OUT!

NEW WORLD. NEW RULES.

 

That’s why I’ve created “The 5 Secrets For Virtual Presence” – a FREE GUIDE packed with tips and examples to help you grab their attention and keep their focus on you, not their emails.

The guide goes beyond simple do’s and don’ts of yesterday – camera at eye level, good lighting, clean background. 

 

Don’t get me wrong, those things are still important. But, they’re basics – like combing your hair or wearing a suit and tie, once upon a time.

 

With the end goal as “Strong Virtual Presence” here’s a snapshot of journey:

 


 
Inside the this practical and actionable tool, you will learn how to:


 Use your voice as an instrument that affects how people think and feel about you.

Right arrow, Simple Rounded Arrow Right, icons logos emojis, arrows png | PNGEgg Quick tip – Always speak with clear structure – this allows people to follow you and understand your logic.

 Listen with your voice and body – letting them know how you feel about their messages will increase your impact!

Right arrow, Simple Rounded Arrow Right, icons logos emojis, arrows png | PNGEgg Quick tip – Show regular affirmation as people feel good when you like their ideas.

 Make the meaning of your statement clear to avoid common virtual conflicts and misunderstandings.

Right arrow, Simple Rounded Arrow Right, icons logos emojis, arrows png | PNGEgg Quick tip – Make it clear if your intention is to agree, disagree, clarify or challenge.

 Involve ALL participants to get more BUY-IN for your idea or project.

Right arrow, Simple Rounded Arrow Right, icons logos emojis, arrows png | PNGEggQuick tip – Call people out by name if no one speak ups when you ask a question, etc.

For more practical tips and real-life examples, get “The 5 Secrets For Virtual Presence” below:

 

Please leave me a comment and let me know what secret I’ve missed.

Thanks and talk soon!

 Tim