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How to Elevate Your Virtual Presence


For Lay and Professional Leaders

Facilitator: Sarah Gershman, Executive Speech Coach and Trainer, Green Room Speakers

October 22, 2020 @ 12:30 pm 1:30 pm

United States

As the leader or participant in online meetings, it can be challenging to communicate effectively. In this interactive session, you will learn how to connect emotionally with your audience and make your voice heard. You will learn strategies to get your message across and effectively involve your virtual audience.

  • $18 is the suggested registration fee for this event.
  • Annual lay leadership passes are available for $180 with access to all Na’aleh programs. Learn more.
  • This event is complimentary for professionals of supporting organizations.

Questions? Contact Cindy Goldstein at cgoldstein@naalehbaltimore.org.

Zoom link will be provided in your confirmation email.

Na’aleh: The Hub for Leadership Learning offers community-wide interactive and inspiring learning opportunities for professionals and volunteers to connect and grow as leaders working together to ensure a vibrant Baltimore Jewish community. Na’aleh (formerly known as the Center for Leadership) unites our three successful Jewish leadership programs – ACHARAI: The Shoshana S. Cardin Jewish Learning Institute (ACHARAI), The Darrell D. Friedman Institute for Professional Development (DFI) and The Associated’s Center for Community Engagement and Leadership (CCEL). Learn more about Na’aleh at naalehbaltimore.org.

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