Last month, Sharon Nelson was featured in “Hi Tech: Live vs. video presentations” by Luigi Benetton with The Lawyer’s Daily. Sharon gives her advice on these two different platforms for presenting. The Lawyer’s Daily provides Canadian legal news, analysis and current awareness for lawyers and legal professionals who need a real-time view on the shifting legal landscape.
Excerpt: Sharon Nelson noted that video makes it different, from “the clothes you should wear, the arm movements you should make, you’re a little quieter.”
“With a live audience, you want to be more animated, you want your voice to change,” added Nelson, president of Fairfax, Va.,-based digital forensics, information technology and information security consultancy Sensei Enterprises, Inc.
“John (Simek, Sensei’s vice-president) and I go back and forth between our two voices. He talks hardcore tech and I tell great stories about technology and the law.”