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Remote Presenting Quick Tip: Screen Sharing

Too many presenters leave slides or visual aids on the screen when they’re no longer being used. That’s a missed opportunity to connect with your audience.

When you’re facilitating discussions (or answering questions after a presentation) it’s best to stop screen sharing so you can see your audience better — and so they can see you.

Of course, if a response to a question requires a slide or visual by all means use one, but if not your audience will appreciate seeing you, your body language, and your facial expressions while they interact with you.