Nov 01 2023


2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Five Things The Best Virtual Presenters Do

This is a webinar! 

Have you ever asked a question in a virtual presentation, and no one responds? Or do you wonder if your message is getting across clearly to an engaged remote audience? Then this program is for you! The best virtual presenters know how to capture and keep attention in online events. In this interactive webinar with expert Cindy Huggett, you will learn the secrets to their success!

You will learn how to prepare yourself in advance, how to open your presentation in ways that generate interest, and how to create a dialogue instead of a monologue. You’ll discover new uses for virtual tools, and new techniques for interaction and engagement. You will also learn practical tips such as when to turn on the webcam in an online meeting, how to present yourself online with professionalism and poise, and what to do when technical challenges occur.

Whether you are brand new to live online delivery or have been facilitating virtual events for years, you will be sure to leave this session with new ideas, new tips, and new techniques for improving your future virtual presentations.

Join us for this informative webinar to discover the secrets of successful virtual presenters and learn how to apply them to your own online events!

Attendees will learn

  • Prepare yourself effectively before a virtual presentation
  • Capture attention from the start of an online event
  • Engage online attendees using common virtual platform tools
  • Present content to remote participants with professionalism and poise
  • Ensure your message is clearly communicated and received

Date: November 1st, 2023

Time: 2:00 pm (ET)

Cost: Free

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  • Language: English


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Career Development Professional Centre

Help us cultivate a community we all enjoy by reviewing and following the Code of Conduct.  

Our Purpose  

Thank you for being a part of the online CDPC social learning community. To ensure that all members have the best possible experience, we have a few ground rules that we ask everyone to adhere to. This code of conduct applies equally to every person in the community and is intended to foster an online space that is inclusive, safe, and welcoming to all. 

Community Rules 

Be welcoming 

We strive to be a community that welcomes and supports people of all backgrounds and identities. We aim to create and facilitate a community that promotes excellence and innovation in career and workforce development. Please extend respect to all members; we all come from different backgrounds and levels of knowledge and there is no such thing as a stupid question. 

Be respectful 

We won’t all agree all the time, but when we disagree don’t let those disagreements turn into personal attacks. A community where people feel uncomfortable or threatened will not be a productive one. Instead, when having discussions in the online community, create productive conversations around the content being presented, not the person behind the content. Any post that is determined to be “hate speech” towards any individual or group will be deleted, and the user account may be locked until an investigation regarding the post has been concluded. The user may be given a written warning or removed from the CPDC community platform depending on the findings of the investigation.  

Hate Speech could include and is not limited to:  

  • Violent threats or language directed against another person 
  • Discriminatory jokes, language, or materials 
  • Defamatory or abusive language or materials 
  • Profane or illegal materials 
  • Advocating for, or encouraging, any of the above behavior 

A good rule of thumb is to never post anything that you wouldn’t be comfortable with the world seeing or that you wouldn’t want anyone knowing came from you. We ask that you keep in mind the focus of this community, which is building excellence and innovation in career and workforce development for all individuals.  

Be considerate of the purpose of the community 

This community will be focused on building excellence and discussing innovation in the career and workforce development field. The goal of this community is to communicate goals, challenges, constructive feedback, and questions in relation to career and workforce development. The community should be a place for continued learning and development as well as a place to discuss the future of our field (solicitation without written consent by the Project or Advisory team, is strictly prohibited). Any post that is determined to be soliciting any individual or group will be deleted, and the user account may be locked until an investigation regarding the post has been concluded. The user may be given a written warning or removed from the CPDC community platform depending on the findings of the investigation. 

Post your discussions or documents in the most appropriate group or topic 

Make reasonable efforts to ensure that posts and materials are allocated to the appropriate group or topic. This will prevent cluttering the community and make it easier for everyone to find the information that they are seeking. Individuals who do this repeatedly will be contacted by one of the group admins and asked to follow these guidelines.  

Privacy and Release of Information  

CDPC-CEDC will not release your information to any third-party agencies.  

Group Admins 

There are four group admins who are available to you. Below are their names and their spoken language. 

Heather Powell | Anglophone 

Gabrielle St-Cyr | Francophone/Anglophone 

Florence Desrochers | Francophone/Anglophone

Muriel Andoblé-Yao | Francophone

Thank you and welcome to the CDPC Community!