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Career Development

Become a Virtual Interview Virtuoso

In early 2020, proficiency in technology-mediated communication was optional; today, it is essential for connecting with colleagues, clients, and stakeholders who are located in another part of the city, state, country, or world.  During this session, Christine Clapp from Spoken with Authority will share expert tips on crafting content, encouraging engagement, technology etiquette, and speaking style that will dramatically improve your ability to plan, prepare, and deliver effective online interviews and presentations.

Learning Objectives:
– Identify ways to adapt agendas for virtual interviews
– Explore strategies for optimizing videoconference platforms
– Review etiquette of online interviews, meetings, and presentations
– Learn to translate professional presence to technology-mediated communication

 

About the Speaker: Christine Clapp is the president of Spoken with Authority, a Washington, D.C.-based presentation skills consultancy that elevates the presence and expands the influence of professionals, and promotes inclusion in their organizations. Since 2008, Christine and her team of six expert coaches have provided virtual and in-person training programs and coaching engagements to hundreds of organizations and thousands of leaders, emerging leaders, and subject-matter experts.

Christine is the co-author of Presenting Virtually: A Guide to Public Speaking in Online Contexts (2020) as well as Presenting at Work: A Guide to Public Speaking in Professional Contexts (2014), and a collaborator on Let ‘Em Speak, a podcast launched in 2020 that explores the intersection of presentation skills and inclusion. She holds two degrees in communication: a bachelor’s degree from Willamette University, and a master’s degree from the University of Maryland, College Park. She also taught public speaking to undergraduate and graduate students at The George Washington University for thirteen years.

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Attendees:

  • lisa Frisbie,

    AGC MA

  • Faye Danis,

    Timberline Construction

  • Liza Bouton,

    HMFH Architects

  • Pip Lewis,

    HMFH Architects

  • Lori Cowles,

    HMFH Architects

  • Laura Wernick,

    HMFH Architects

  • James Liebman,

    HMFH Architects

  • Gary Brock,

    HMFH Architects

  • Bobby Williams,

    HMFH Architects

  • Nicole Buxton,

    Bond Building Construction, Inc.

  • Jenna Carr,

    Bond Building Construction, Inc.

  • Susan Lee,

    VHB

  • Kaytee Casey,

    Batson-Cook

  • Kelly Auld,

    DBVW Architects

  • Rebecca Heavey,

    Environmental Partners

  • Elizabeth Musacchio,

    ARC Architectural Resources Cambridge

  • Michele Bogdan,

    Chapman Construction/Design

  • Laurene Demoy,

    Studio G Architects

  • Jordan Guadalupe,

    NEI General Contracting

  • Brittany Unis,

    Elkus Manfredi Architects (MA)

  • Anastasia Lyons,

    Sasaki

  • Christine Barrett,

    CDM Smith

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