Turkey Tail Technique for on camera presentations

Try the Turkey Tail Technique in your next Zoom Meeting

By Laura Bergells on

You need to maintain eye contact with a reporter or interviewer during an on-camera appearance. And yet, you need to cover your main talking points. And stick to an agenda and stay on time. And you don’t want to have wandering or shifty eyes while you’re talking on-camera! What to do, what to do? How …

bats in the cave Zoom meetings

Zoom Meetings: Prevent BATS IN THE CAVE with 2 simple tips

By Laura Bergells on

I’ve been in quite a few Zoom web meetings lately, and I’ve seen a lot of BATS IN THE CAVE, if you know what I mean. If you don’t know what I mean by BATS IN THE CAVE — it’s when someone is using the camera on their laptop and I can look straight up …

What are you doing with your face and body during a team presentation?

What are you doing with your face + body during a team presentation?

By Laura Bergells on

Being a part of a team or ensemble can be fun and uplifting. And for the audience, a great team is a joy to watch. Ask any sports fan. They’ll tell you this is true. In contrast, let me describe the on-screen action I saw in a recent online group presentation. Maybe this will sound …