Conferences, annual meetings, summits, and retreats are about the exchange of ideas — ideas that accomplish a specific set of goals. But hat happens when the participants aren’t effective in communicating their ideas? Unfortunately, the results aren’t as meaningful as you had planned.
It doesn’t have to be that way. How much more valuable would your events be if the participants had the opportunity to learn and develop their public speaking and presentation skills? Would that be a better use of their time? Would it be a better experience? I have to believe it would.
Below are several topics, each designed to help your event attendees learn how to clearly, concisely, and confidently convey their messages.
Your attendees can immediately implement the ideas and techniques they learn during our time together. This provides more value to them, more value to you, and more value to your event.
Depending on the format of your event and your desired outcome, you can choose from topics that are available in 3-hour or 1-hour sessions. The difference is the amount of interactivity the attendees will have.
In today’s business atmosphere, competition is uncompromising, and expectations are high. Accordingly, public speaking and presentation skills are more critical to one’s career than ever before — whether presenting in professional situations, speaking on stage, or selling to clients.
However, most business people don’t know how to deliver compelling presentations that affect others. Unfortunately, this often leads to not reaching one’s full potential.
In this breakout, attendees learn how to develop and deliver presentations that go beyond the traditional information dump. They’ll understand how to craft presentations that engage, persuade, and inspire listeners.
As a result, they’ll have more confidence in themselves and their abilities when speaking in front of others.
(1-hour alternative: The Keys to Overcoming Your Fear of Public Speaking)
Whether you break into sweats at the mere thought of speaking in front of others, go blank in the middle of presentations, or miss out on promotions because you are petrified of presenting in business meetings, this program helps you overcome your fear of public speaking.
Imagine what it will be like to no longer avoid opportunities that would move your career forward — to never again freeze when you speak in front of a crowd.
You hear it all the time, “I have to do a PowerPoint presentation.” Ugh! There is no such thing!
I get it. People are merely saying that they are going to be delivering a presentation, and there are going to be slides. Well, that’s what some people mean … a relatively few.
The vast majority are referring to the fact that they are going to develop a slide deck, build their presentation around it, and use it as a second-rate teleprompter.
It’s not their fault. Even though they have sat through countless substandard presentations centered around PowerPoint, they don’t appear to know any better. Consequently, they are sure to repeat it, meaning their listeners are doomed to an even worse fate. They have to sit through it.
In this presentation, the attendees will understand what they have been doing, how it undermines their professionalism, and how they can instead use more interesting, more effective slides.