Online Performance: How to Be Influential in the New World
Today we understand that the ability to function online is a tool that is gaining momentum and will be relevant after COVID-19 as well. The new world requires us to continue to influence others through an online presence. So how do we do this successfully? How do we function effectively and give an impressive performance? How do we create a meaningful and purposeful connection through Zoom? How do we influence others and initiate processes in such an inconvenient situation? We will give points on how to appear successfully online, to achieve our goals and enjoy a new world.
The workshop will introduce the principles for an effective performance in front of the camera, interpersonal communication and influence in a virtual world.
Wednesday, December 2, 2020 20:00-22:30
Thursday, December 3, 2020 20:00-22:30
About the Instructor
Zohar Strauss has worked with various groups since his youth, a leader in the Scouts, and a training instructor during his military service. After studying law in England, he took a gap year “to figure out what he really wanted to do”. This year turned into three years at the Yoram Levinstein Acting Studio, a 15-year career and parts in films, theater and television. Among other things, Zohar won the Ophir Prize on his role in the movie “Lebanon’. The son of a physicist and mathematician, he teaches drama, and his students include some of Israel’s prominent actors. He has been engaged in the development of various models which in time turned into the Amanda Method.
Wednesday, December 2, 2020
Medium (5 hours)
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