Nearly 500 people logged on for TV News London MD, Roz Morris’s webinar on How to Look Professional Online for the ICAEW, the Institute of Chartered Accountants for England and Wales which was hosted by Claire Brandon, Head of ICAEW Jobs
Roz is a leading media trainer and former BBC and ITV broadcaster, and she is an expert on how to look your best on screen.
‘This is a huge audience and I’m very pleased that so many people listened to my advice on how to look professional online’ Roz says.
‘It’s clear that the world is permanently changing in terms of more and more online meetings , job interviews, presentations and pitches, but everyone hasn’t yet caught up in terms of developing their own professional image for online working.
“Too many people are attending meetings looking unprofessional. They are sitting in rooms that are too dark or too light, while others are too close to the camera or too far away.
“Some people don’t know how to angle their laptop correctly and their picture shows a shot going up their nose with huge amounts of ceiling.
We’ve all seen these mistakes and my webinar explains how to avoid them.”
Marcia Dyce, Communities Manager for ICAEW says says: “ It was a pleasure to have Roz present the webinar “Welcome to the New Normal – How to Talk Professionally Online” for the ICAEW, which was a great success.
“It had clear instructions with useful tips, great examples and colourful images, and gave food for thought on how to ensure you look your optimum best on screen.
“Roz’s presentation style kept the viewer connected and enthralled until the end. Thank you Roz for a very memorable webinar.”
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