Webinar "Presentation Skills: How to Handle (Almost) Anything"

Dr. Amanda Lohiser

Amanda Lohiser received her doctorate in communication from SUNY Buffalo with a focus on socio-emotional intelligence – how understanding your own emotions and the emotions of others can help you be a better communicator. She specializes in nonverbal communication, and is certified in Paul Ekman’s Facial Action Coding System and the Micro Expressions Applied Training Program and Certificate Series. She also has a background in public relations, having earned a Master of Science in Public Relations Management from SUNY Buffalo State while working for a Buffalo-based PR and marketing firm. For four years, she taught communication courses at the Singapore Institute of Management and is now a tenure-track assistant professor of communication studies at SUNY Fredonia. She recently returned to graduate school to work on a second Master’s degree in Creativity and Change Leadership at the International Center for Studies in Creativity and has been published in the field of pedagogy.


When it comes to giving presentations, you probably already know to expect the unexpected! But there are ways you can set yourself up to "own" the room, the stage, and control the flow of your presentation. This webinar aims to boost your confidence for your next presentation by covering four key areas: 1) Mental preparation for your presentation, 2) Presentation style, 3) Audience interaction and 4) What to do when something interrupts your flow. Featured topics include calming techniques, handling unexpected questions, dealing with hecklers, body language to avoid and ways to network with your audience. 

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