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We are living in the new norm of virtual interaction. Connection and communication being a huge part of our daily lives. How can we make virtual connections and delivery as powerful and effective as face-to-face interactions?
“You’re on mute” is a phrase we are ALL familiar with and one that isn’t going away. How can we connect with others when we appear in a square on someone’s screen? We have to work even harder to build rapport, use small talk and interact in an effective and authentic way.
In this workshop, you will learn about the nuisances that sit within the virtual world and how you can use several skills to get the most out of your interactions.
The session will look at the following:
- Curating your frame and yourself. How are you choosing to ‘show up’ on screen?
- Small talk and building rapport even when the other person have their camera off
- Eye contact and using the camera
- Non-verbal communication including the use of gestures
- Using slides and understanding how you can remain the main focus
- Engaging your audience and keeping them with you
To get started, click the button below to fill in an online form where you can tell us your requirements. We’ll then get back to you to discuss dates and details.
“I found it useful and fun. I’ve already starting paying more attention to my body language when on calls, i.e. looking directly into the camera and not swivelling about in my chair.”
Meet The Team
With an eclectic background, from British Airways to a successful acting career and voice coaching, Julia went on to complete her NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming) journey from Practitioner level through to becoming an NLP Master Coach. She now coaches individuals and teams, combining this knowledge with other coaching models and her own authentic approach.
Over the last fifteen years, Julia has been using these skills, working with businesses from start-ups through to SMEs and Corporate Organisations, more recently working with senior leadership teams at Barclays Bank, Blue Cross Charity and Cisco. She has worked across a wide variety of sectors including Pharmaceutical, Retail, Finance, Telecom, Manufacturing and within the NHS and Civil Service.
Julia has a persistent energy wrapped up with humility and humour that sees her clients ‘safely shake their worlds’ in a space that is fully supported. Stepping out of the comfort zone, using energy, focus and an ability to ‘play’ and be ‘in the moment’ really sees Julia’s approach to coaching and training come to life.
Julia’s real passion lies in her ability to identify how leaders can be even more effective when it comes to delivering their messages with gravitas and impact. Through finding their voice and empowering them to communicate with confidence and presence, Julia’s clients are therefore able to be their most authentic version of themselves. She is always looking to create a truly memorable and alternative approach in her coaching.
Julia works as a trainer, facilitator and coach, as well as a role-play actor. Other recent clients include Red Cross, Astra Zeneca, Merck, Browns Clothing, Leading Sportswear Brand, UK Sport, Nandos, Warwick Business School, Wilson James and Recruit for Spouses.
Mark graduated as a Stage Combat Instructor in 2012 with the Academy of Performance Combat, one of three organisations professionally recognised by Equity. Since then he has Choreographed and Fight Directed a number of shows including Princess Mononoke for Whole Hog Theatre Company and Romeo & Juliet, Henry I for RBL along with Dani Davies.
Mark teaches regularly for West End Workshops, and has taught exam courses at Northampton University and Oxford School of Drama. He also teaches on the Freelance Workshops Residential Summer Course and workshop days and courses for numerous Professional and Amateur Schools and Societies.
Toby Davies is RABBLE’s Artistic Director and has appeared as Thomas Becket in Henry II, Henry I in Henry I of England, Capulet in Romeo and Juliet and Andy in Off the Block 2015.
He trained at Bristol Old Vic Theatre School (Acting) & St Andrews University (English lit.)
Toby’s other theatre credits include Raife Clutch in The Great British Bump Off, Hexagon; Macduff in Macbeth China Plat/Warwick Theatre tour; Giles Ralston in The Mousetrap West End; Alphabetical Order Bath Theatre Royal tour; Balmoral Hampstead Theatre tour, Stepan in The Department of Smelling Pistakes Publick Transport/Tobacco Factory tour; The Guard in Frozen Fresh Glory tour; The Draper in Moll Flanders Southwark Playhouse.
Toby’s Film and TV credits include The Firm Nick Love; The Bent Penny Darrel J. Butlin; Return as Faulty Leftheris Eleftheriou; King to Castle Rahdy Elwan; Lab Rats Sam Washington. Le Creuset & Sky TV commercials.