When starting with a new company or moving to a different area within your current organization, you’ll have the opportunity to introduce yourself to a new team. When introducing yourself remotely, your approach will be similar as to when doing so in-person, while taking into account the unique circumstances of the situation.
Being an effective employee brand ambassador isn't just good for business, it’s good for your career too. When you help drive company brand awareness and credibility, you simultaneously improve your own visibility and personal brand. As an employee brand ambassador, here are some key areas where you’ll personally benefit:
A strong presentation can be the difference in closing business. People and companies want to engage with you when they have a positive impression and believe in what they see and hear. Crisp content and articulate delivery enhance confidence and trust, which are essential to achieving desired outcomes. Providing virtual presentation training and guidance ensures your team is always screen-ready […]
Chances are you’ve experienced or heard about a virtual meeting or event where the presenter botched the opportunity. While at times this might be comical (e.g., the viral clip of an attorney stuck on a cat face filter while addressing the virtual courtroom), strong presentation skills should not be an afterthought.
Executive presence, the “it” factor that sets leaders apart, requires expert interpersonal skills. Leading with authenticity, empathy and gravitas can be challenging in any setting but especially when working remotely. Leaders should be attuned to the nuances of virtual communications to strengthen executive presence and convey it effectively.