With COVID-19 creating the world’s largest work-from-home experiment, business leaders and trainers are getting a crash course in the challenges of virtual presentations: low engagement, no way to gauge your audience’s understanding, and little to no feedback to help you improve.
The need for engagement in the presentation process has never been greater, both for your sake and the audience’s sake. So, what is the solution?
Build accessible and universal interactivity into the structure of the presentation.
Refashioning presentations into interactive experiences that actively involve all participants creates a sense of social exchange and collaboration. As audience members see their contributions influence the presentation, the experience becomes more personal and relevant to your team.