Presentation Skills for Online Meetings

  • 17 March 2021
  • 14:00 - 15:00
  • Webinar


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Join the Canadian Business Council (CBC) Abu Dhabi for a live webinar about Presentation Skills for Online Meetings.

Powerful Presentation Skills for Today's Virtual Workspace

Are you worried about how you show up online? Today, we need to connect online and deliver virtual presentations smoothly and professionally.

Unfortunately, many speakers lose the audience's attention because of poor presentation techniques and cluttered slides. This webinar will ensure that you present the best of yourself, and ensure that you are connecting with your audience and keeping their attention.

Key points:

  • Capture the audience's attention and keep it
  • Improve PowerPoint slides and improve data presentation
  • Enhance business etiquette in virtual meetings
  • Connect confidently online to save time and avoid embarrassment

This webinar is participated by the Pakistan Business Professional Council.


Robyn Albers, Director and Lead Trainer of Albers Business Communication Solutions has a Masters of Education in TESOL and twenty-four years experience training employees and university students in the United Arab Emirates, South Korea, Taiwan and Canada. She has published academic articles on the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning and has won international awards in teaching. Her mission is to help employees write and speak simple, clear, messages to increase confidence and competence in their working environment.


Awais Chughtai, Relationship Manager of Canadian Business Council Abu Dhabi. He provides valuable support to corporate and individual members of CBC to expand their professional network of contacts and enhance their presence in the business community. He is also actively involved in organising social events to bring Canadians and friends of Canada together. Awais holds a Master's degree in Business Administration, majoring in Marketing. He has worked internationally, including in the UK, Pakistan and the Middle East.


  • CBC members and non-CBC members: Complimentary