No matter what you do, in any size organization, presentation and communication skills are required.
Plain talk for smart people answering the question What’s In It For Me?
Jim delivers a specific, personal, income-focused path that ends with achieving goal-oriented results creating a more cost-effective solution for today’s business executive. This presentation will help your organization develop additional decision-making and business tools to help build your business across a competitive and complex marketplace.
It’s a balance of content, persuasion, objectivity, and credibility.
Your presentation maybe something that no one else sees or simply something that no one else wants to tackle. It might include moving to a new market, serving a new group of customers or solving a vexing challenge in a new way. The desired end-state or destination is the is the focus of attention and action.
This presentation addresses the audience’s What’s In It For Me? because it is customized, in your language, to reach your objectives and exceed the expectations of your audience.
What they will learn:
- Setting Clear Objectives.
- Generating insights with mind mining.
- Creating an outline (or story).
- Designing Visual Slides.
- Creative ways to simplify complex ideas.
- Creating an engaging Opening.
- Factors for Confident Delivery including presenter and audience body language.
- Resources for slide creation, motion picture license, newest technology/equipment and more.
Your audience only cares what I have to say when they understand that I care about what’s in it for them.
Whether you make:
- Sales Presentations to clients
- Training presentations to your team
- Performance updates to seniors or
- Project updates to your colleagues.
This practical presentation skills training bootcamp will help you take your presentations to the next level. In this program, you’ll learn a step-by-step process to create remarkable presentations that gets you results.
You audience has one of two opinions:
If the presentation is good, let’s get on with it.
If the presentation is bad, let’s get over with it.