The phone is a fairly low-tech tool these days and many people assume that if you can have a phone conversation, then you are capable of doing a presentation over the phone. But it's definitely not true that anyone who is able to talk on the phone knows how to make sure listeners stay tuned in, understand the information and act on it after the call ends.
For example, I tend to use a lot of gestures in person to communicate and I also like to walk into the audience if I can, so not being able to use that non-verbal body language over the phone made it challenging. I learned how to use my voice and organize my content in order to keep the audience engaged and connect with them.
In my new audio course, “Virtual Presentations - How to Develop and Deliver an Effective Presentation Over the Phone,” I explain this and other techniques for making sure the audience pays attention and understands what you're communicating. For example:
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