Presenting in front of a camera requires a totally different skill set than the one you use when you present to an audience you can see. And with video being used everywhere as a means of communication, you need to know how to do it well.
The problem is there’s an assumption that if you can speak to a live audience, you can speak convincingly and effectively to a camera lens.
And too often, that assumption is proven false, at the worst possible time.
So why DOES a camera change everything? Watch this video to learn the three main reasons:
The good news in all of this — information is power. By arming yourself with information that will help you communicate not to a camera but through the camera, a camera that might change everything but perhaps not change you.
Learn More: On-Camera Coach
If you found this information valuable, check out my book, On-Camera Coach: Tools and Techniques for Business Professionals in a Video-Driven World, now available from Wiley Publishing. On-Camera Coach aims to take the mystery out of communicating through the camera and provides specific tips and techniques that can make your message sing—and you, the messenger, feel confident in a job well done.