Please share this information with anyone who might be interested in learning how to be a better presenter. The sessions were recorded in 2010, but the content is timeless. You will see my old logo and website listed, but they still lead you to the right place. I want to share these tools with anyone who would like to take advantage of this time to learn more about presentation skills for any occasion. They are my gift to you and your team.
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POWERFUL PRESENTATION SKILLS – HOW TO BE MORE EFFECTIVE AS A SPEAKER
Time: 55 minutes
- A simple blueprint for planning any presentation
- The most important 60 seconds of any presentation
- Formulas for short impromptu speeches and leadership updates
- Methods for avoiding pre-presentation nervousness and anxiety
- How one simple rule will keep you from boring your audience
- How to handle difficult questions AND gain credibility in the process
- Special announcement at the end
Each of the following recordings have a PDF Workbook so download that first to follow along and take notes.
Time: 1 hour 23 minutes
- Understanding your adult learning style
- Psychology of how people learn
- Ingredients of a polished, professional presentation
- First impressions are lasting
- Making the first few minutes of your presentation count
Time: 1 hour 26 minutes
- Mistakes presenters make
- Planning your timing
- Planning your approach
- Keys to audience recall
- How body language speaks louder than your words
- Planning your opening remarks
Time: 2 videos; 1 hour 2 minutes
- Knowing your audience
- Tips for a great delivery
- How to keep your train of thought
- Effective openings and closings
- Basic tips for using PowerPoint
- Successful tips for using a “Cheat Sheet”
- Tips for answering questions