How to Start A Remote Meeting

Without the Awkward Silence

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Former BBC producer Esther Stanhope shares her 3 transformational tips on how to engage with your audience and get it RIGHT at the start of any remote meeting or conference call.
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Meet Esther Stanhope - The Impact Guru  

If anyone can help you speak like a pro, get promoted and have more impact & presence, it’s Esther Stanhope.

Since leaving the BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation) in London as a senior producer in 2011, she’s help

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Remote meetings can be awkward. And the start of any virtual meeting can be totally unpredictable which creates stress and anxiety…not good for business right?

When you tune in you could be left hanging with no audio, or maybe the host leaves you in the waiting room.

Radio silence is not a good start to any meeting if you want to make a fantastic impact and first impression.

Esther Stanhope, The Impact Guru’s 20 years of broadcasting expertise (10 years at the BBC) comes in very useful here. She knows all the rules of thumb when it comes to showing up live on air. She has lots of tips and strategies to share about how to keep the audience hooked and happy.

If you’re the host , its up to you to keep the flow and make sure you create the right atmosphere for your meeting.

Is it ok to have small talk with very senior people before the meeting officially starts? Esther shares her best practice with you in this fun and practical session.

By the end of this episode, you will feel more confident and competent when you start any remote meeting. You’ll know what to do before you start, while people are tuning in and when to ‘start’ officially where you grab your audience’s attention, so they don’t tune out.

About the author

If anyone can help you speak like a pro, get promoted and have more impact & presence, it’s Esther Stanhope.

Since leaving the BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation) in London as a senior producer in 2011, she’s helped thousands of professionals in FTSE 100 firms get promoted, speak with confidence and step into leadership roles.

Esther’s global clients include world famous organisations like Barclays, JPMorgan and Deloitte.  

In her career, she has clocked up 12.5 thousand hours of live broadcasting at the BBC and nearly 5 thousand celebrity interviews (like George Clooney & Madonna!)

Her speciality? Getting the best out of talent. That could be you.  

She’s a sought-after keynote speaker on confidence, self-promotion, women and leadership for the likes of; the Universities of Oxford, Cambridge, Kings College London; the British Army, The British Government and the creative, tech and property industries.

She speaks internationally from Canada & Paris to Tel Aviv, Amsterdam and the USA. Her masterclasses are a big hit for awaydays, off sites and virtual client events. Esther regularly hosts lively International Women’s Day ‘Speak Up’ events for clients all over the world and now her virtual keynotes are watched by 1000s.

Her last book “Goodbye Glossophobia – Banish Your Fear of Public Speaking” won the highly commended award for the Short Business Book of the Year 2020 #BBA2020 and sold out on Amazon on day 3!

Now she’s sharing her personal impact and career boosting secrets with you.