Jun. 25, 2020
9:00am - 11:00am
This training will be conducted via
Instructions to access the training will be emailed to you the week of the training.
Learn the rules for being a valued participant in remote meetings.
- Creating your video environment
- Interacting with colleagues
- How to prepare for a remote meeting
- Body language
- Keys to staying focused during the meeting
Content will include: Discussing the qualities that make a good public speaker, viewing videos of compelling speakers, devising strategies for making remote meetings enjoyable and effective.
This remote training session can accommodate up to 30 people.
The session will run 2-hours with one 15-minute break.
Matt Ellis is an award-winning television news journalist, author and founder of Ellis Strategies, a strategic communications firm in Boston, Mass. The company provides expert public relations, crisis communication and video production.
Matt also provides expert media training and coaches professionals of all levels on how to be a better public speaker. Clients include scientists, educators, engineers and business leaders from across New England.
Starting as a morning anchor and one-man-band reporter at WVVA TV in Bluefield, West Virginia, Matt rose the ranks of TV News to assume positions as Executive Producer for WCBS TV, News Director for WBZ TV and Head Writer for “Good Morning America,” where he was part of the team honored with a George Foster Peabody Award for coverage of the attacks of September 11, 2001.
In 2017, he published “Don’t Just Say It: a News Director’s Practical Guide to Public Speaking,” which gives speakers at all levels tools to improve their performance and confidence.
Matt has been honored with an Emmy Award from the New England Academy of Television Arts and Sciences and was recognized for excellence by the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, the Associated Press, the Public Relations Society of America and the Publicity Club of New England.
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