The current world’s circumstance has forced us to transition from in-person meetings and presentations to virtual formats, and short list interviewing is no exception. Many firms have struggled to make this transition smoothly or effectively. Although the goal remains the same for virtual short list interviews, a firm’s approach to a virtual/video interview should be different than a traditional one. This 60-minute, free webinar will provide a roadmap to help your firm transition from just surviving the short list interview to thirving!
Tips and tricks to set the stage – lighting, camera, interview attire, etc.
Test the technology – developing “Plan B.”
Guidelines for team prep.
Best practices to keep your audience engaged.
Tactics to keep your focus.
Create smooth speaker/topic transitions.
Ideas for virtual leave-behinds.
Learn from the good, the bad and the ugly.
* This webinar's focus will be short list interviews, however the best practices covered are applicable for any virtual presentation.
Anyone interested in bettering their virtual presenting skills and/or helping others refine their own skills
Marketers responsible for interview prep and/or presenting
Business Development professionals involved in interview prep and/or presenting
Technical professionals responsible for interview prep and/or presenting
Meet the Presenter:
Gilda Bonanno, Owner - Gilda Bonanno, LLC
Gilda Bonanno is a professional speaker, consultant and facilitator who serves as a trusted advisor to executives and entrepreneurs to transform their communication, presentation and leadership skills. Since 2006, she has run her own business and worked with leading organizations on four continents, from Chicago to Shanghai and Rio to Rome, including GE, Travelers, Praxair, Assa Abloy, Wells Fargo, and Yale University. Gilda has delivered thousands of in-person programs, her YouTube channel has received over 2 million views and her digital newsletter has reached subscribers in over 45 countries since 2008.
She is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) and holds a master’s degree from Fordham University and an Advanced Business Certificate in Management from the University of Connecticut School of Business. Gilda is a past Board Member for the Women's Business Development Council (WBDC) and also Past President of the CT chapter of the National Speakers Association and the Southern CT chapter of the Association for Talent Development.