Virtual Exposure – The Power of Presenting Cybernetically

Virtual Exposure: The Power of Presenting Cybernetically

This On-Demand event was originally presented on October 24, 2023 (60 min)


Do you have virtual presence? Can you capture and engage an audience in an online presentation or a virtual meeting? Navigating your way through a virtual setting is not quite the same as a face-to-face meeting, and now more than ever you need to know the tactics to help you raise your “game.”

Presentation pros Lynne Breil and Christina Butler will help you exude confidence and credibility while delivering a virtual presentation from wherever you are. Winning the next assignment, influencing others, or proposing an idea in a virtual platform is important whether you’re a leader or an individual contributor. Learn how to put your best face forward in a virtual setting.

Attendees will learn

  • To project confidence and professionalism through use of web camera.
  • To deliver strong presentations with powerful vocal and verbal dynamics.
  • To create involvement of virtual audience members.
  • To communicate credibility and leadership in a virtual venue.
  • To create content that engages, not distracts.


Lynne Breil is a “Manners Maven” and has been spreading the gospel about ‘people skills’ in the workplace for over 25 years. She is the founder of The Professional Edge, Inc., is a Certified Speaking professional, and a Certified Virtual Presenter. She is also an Adjunct Professor of Communications at York College of Pennsylvania. She is the author of two books, Best in Class: Etiquette and People Skills for Your Career (2018), and Making the Grade: Presentation Success from Classroom to Conference Room (2019). A former Miss America Semi-Finalist, Lynne is a sought-after speaker on the topics of business etiquette, presentation skills, and leadership presence. She’s a trained concert pianist, a fan of the Philadelphia Eagles, and an avid golfer.

Christina Butler transitions 20 years of covering breaking news as a reporter and anchor into professional coaching on presentation skills, development, and media management. As a speaker, she uses her expertise in impression management, relationship building, and media coaching to help clients in a variety of industries. Virtually, Christina enjoys connecting with clients and audiences on best practices for virtual engagement and presence. She is a contributing author for Best in Class: Etiquette and People Skills for Your Career (2018) and Making the Grade: Presentation Success from Classroom to Conference Room (2019). When she is not speaking or on television, Christina enjoys spending time outside with her husband and two children.



Training Tools for Developing Great People Skills

This event is sponsored by HRDQ. For 45 years HRDQ has provided research-based, off-the-shelf soft-skills training resources for classroom, virtual, and online training. From assessments and workshops to experiential hands-on games, HRDQ helps organizations improve performance, increase job satisfaction, and more.

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Virtual Exposure: The Power of Presenting Cybernetically

“This webinar surpassed by expectations. The tips and pointers shared was just what I needed to improve my virtual presence. Having to deliver virtually quite often, I will be able to put the advice into practice. I was more impressed with the resources shared, which I will surely obtain to read further. Thank you. Well done team.”

—Shermain G.

Virtual Exposure: The Power of Presenting Cybernetically

“I thought this was a great webinar and very relevant to our situation from working from home due to COVID where many of us has had to learn to use virtual technology to teach and conduct meetings. Thank you for the useful tips!”

—Brenda K.

Virtual Exposure: The Power of Presenting Cybernetically

“This webinar had very useful, easy-to-understand and practical tips for leading virtual sessions. I can definitely apply some of the learnings from this webinar. Great job!”

—Reggie M.


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