How many amateurish, 'business' videos - with dodgy lighting and scratchy audio - have you seen on the internet?  Remember, in the digital world, you're only ever one click away from oblivion.

You are the face of your business.  You are the personification of your organisation. So how you come across on-camera and online, will determine how your business comes across and is perceived in the professional world. Don't leave it to chance. Control it!

Creating credible, engaging professional video doesn't have to be either amateurish or expensive!

Chris will explain how to create engaging, low-cost, professional quality videos to enhance your online business interactions and maintain your professional credibility in the digital world.

Dr Christiaan Willems FHEA FAIEA demonstrates a uniquely diverse career, spanning: tertiary education; practice-led research; corporate communication; creative industries and electronic media.

A Fellow of the international Higher Education Academy (FHEA), Dr Willems’ presentation as a Higher Education Leader at the EduTECH 2016 Congress - the Asia-Pacific and Southern Hemisphere's largest education event” - on the theme of maintaining the ‘human’ aspects of online Learning & Teaching, speaks to his international academic standing and also his innovative, multi-disciplinary approach, which have consistently featured throughout his professional and academic career.

Dr Willems specialises in online, on-camera and non-verbal communication.  Creating, developing and delivering tailored professional development programs across the corporate and academic sectors.  He has developed, implemented, delivered and assessed university courses at several Australian universities and tertiary institutions, and the recipient of several Fellowships and Awards. 

His fully online Executive Development program in digital communication - The Stylised Version of Youâ http://www.styliseyou.thinkific.com/ - was launched in July 2017.

Having been nominated for an International Emmy Award, his international television work is held in the permanent collections of both the Museum of Television & Radio in New York, and also Australia’s National Film & Sound Archive (NFSA).  Dr Willems' affinity with Regional Australia is demonstrated through his service on the Boards of Artslink Queensland Arts Council (President to October 2015) and Regional Arts Australia (Vice-President to October 2015).

Dr Willems’ approach develops innovative solutions by identifying, reconciling, and integrating disparate fields of practice which productively intersect, interact, inform, and enhance each other.

Preview video on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IZ8Tf6C48rg