First of all:
We welcome your valuable participation in our Congress.
The virtual conferences sessions will be live.
We give you some tips and recommendations to make a successful conference
Take care of your clothing
Dress professionally. While conferences are virtual, it is still recommended to have a professional appearance to ensure you create the best impressions with other conference-goers.
Choose a comfortable and suitable environment
Mute your microphone and likewise your cellphone. Close all programs on your computer, except those necessary for recording.
Preferably use laptop
It allows you more flexibility so that you can achieve the optimal height and light.
Not use virtual wallpaper. Preferably have as deep as possible behind you. Eliminate anything that may distract your audience.
Use Ethernet instead of WiFi. If not possible, position yourself as close as possible to your router and make sure there are a few as possible devices connected to the same network.
Allow permissions for webcam/ mic when entering the room
You could use of desk microphones or you may want to consider a headset or Lavalier Microphone..
Webinar slide templete
• We would greatly appreciate using the 7Th slide template. Congress -speaker - (download it here).
• Clean and simple icons can take your presentation to the next level. They are a great way to explain key points without adding unnecessary words to your slides.
• you should generally give yourself around 2 minutes per slide. 1 minute to say the information, followed by 1 minute to explain or support it with extra facts
• Make sure the font is large enough (12 or 13 pt is good) and easy to read
• Respect your audience and other speakers: Going overtime can be very annoying for both the audience and other speakers.
Are you ready for webinar presentation?
Open with a grabber slide. Open with a grabber slide, a visual that will grab your audience's attention.
Introduce yourself second. Only once you've sold the session can you introduce yourself (unless someone else will be introducing you). Do not introduce yourself first. You'll need to say something the listeners care about before they will care who you are.
Forge An Emotional Connection
Use a high I:you ratio. The most powerful communication combines both intellectual and emotional connections. Intellectual means appealing to educated self-interest with data and reasoned arguments. Emotion comes from engaging the listeners' imaginations, involving them in your illustrative stories by frequent use of the word "you," and answering the unspoken question, "What's in this for me?"
This question of eye contact is a challenge, because our natural tendency in a web meeting is to watch the other participants on our monitor. But the larger your monitor (or the more monitors you use), the less likely it is that you are maintaining eye contact.
Put a small piece of scotch tape or a brightly colored post it flag right above your webcam. When you’re talking on a Zoom call, focus your attention on the tape, not the screen. When you do this, the person on the other side of the Zoom call feels like you’re looking right into their eyes (this is a great trick for recording videos for your online courses and products too!)
Practice several times and critically analyze yourself
Is your energy level high enough at all times? Is the pace fast enough? Does it seem like you're talking to a good friend? Your passion for the subject will be contagious. Don't be shy.
Respect the time allotted for your presentation.
Are you ready for webinar presentation?
Remember: Your presentation will be live, and we will have a pre-event session to test your internet connectivity among other important aspects so that your live presentation is a success
If required, members of the congress production team will contact you to schedule a webinar session to support you in your backup recording.
Backup recording will take place in a private zoom room.
Feel free to contact us at any time if you have any questions. email@example.com
Lic. Ana Lilia Cruz (Whatsapp 55 2893 6876)
Lic. Horacio Ruiz (Whatsapp 55 2392 4746)