First Time Presenter

First Time Presenter

As it was my first time being a presenter at a conference, I was extremely nervous. Not by using the technology, which I was a little apprehensive about; however, my main concern was engaging and speaking in front of an audience. I stayed up the entire night before with butterflies worrying for nothing! The KWB provided training in using the presenter software program, which I took advantage of two times, just to make sure that I knew how to use it. The trainer was pretty cool answering all my numerous questions and working with me to make sure that I was confident in using the program. They also had moderators in each presenting room to help smooth the way and to keep us on-track and on time. KWB made my first solo presenting experience an awesome one! 

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ILA Conference Geneva Switzerland 2021
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