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Do you want to feel more confident, more in control, and more able to lead remotely via Zoom meetings?
Join us in “Lights, Camera, Action! How to be a Zoom Master” as Executive Presence and Etiquette Expert, Margaret Page, teaches you how to think of online meetings as mini TV broadcasts.
YOU WILL LEARN:
• How to get a professional, camera-ready feel from your living room or home office.
• How lighting can make you look composed and well-rested.
• How the position of the camera is crucial to giving you a flattering appearance.
• How specific actionable items can make you look like a pro.
WHO IS THIS SESSION FOR:
This webinar is for anyone wanting to feel more confident, in control and able to lead more remotely using Zoom Meetings.
ABOUT OUR SPEAKER
Margaret Page started her first business at 21 and has since owned and operated multiple businesses in both Canada and the United States. She is a proven business leader, respected coach, and notable business etiquette expert who is known for her work with entrepreneurs ranging from the inexperienced to high-powered CEOs. She is passionate about helping others discover their confidence, step into their full potential, and harness success.
Margaret holds multiple coaching and protocol designations, including those from the Protocol School of Washington, CoachU, the University of Pennsylvania, the Gottman Institute, Matrix Essential Training Alliance, the Cultural Intelligence Center, and the National Association of Parliamentarians. Margaret has also completed the WXN Get on Board governance training. A published author, she has contributed to Blueprint for Success, a book featuring chapters by Stephen Covey, Ken Blanchard, and other business experts. Margaret is also the author of Power of Polite, an etiquette guide and The Finding Happy Planner.
In August 2020, Margaret was elected International President-Elect of Toastmasters International, a not-for-profit organization that teaches public speaking and leadership skills and serves members in 142 countries worldwide. A dedicated community volunteer, Margaret has served on boards including Sunshine Coast Community Futures, the Sunshine Coast Community Foundation, and Lakeland College. In 2008, Margaret was nominated for the prestigious RBC Canadian Women Entrepreneur Trailblazer Award.
Please note: You are not expected to be on video