Making Your Message Memorable: Speeches, Presentations and Business Meetings

Stand up, stand out and stand apart.  Next to death, standing up and communicating in front of a group of people is the number one fear in America. At the same time, study after study shows that those persons who succeed in life are usually excellent communicators. All that knowledge in your head is worthless if you can’t communicate it clearly.  This highly-popular session teaches you how to stand on your feet and make your message memorable. From formal speaking, business meetings and presentations to one-on-one conversations, this session is designed to make you and your team more dynamic communicators.

Learning Objectives

Attendees will leave the session with:

  • A revolutionary new approach to creating effective presentations.
  • Proven techniques to leave a positive, memorable impression on an audience.
  • Tips on controlling the presentation environment.
  • Jaw-dropping techniques to reduce nervousness.
  • Advice on how to speak from PowerPoint…the correct way.
  • A training plan to reduce those pesky “ummms” and “ahhhhs”
  • Tips on how to more effectively use body language to engage the audience and more.

Session Details

  • Unlimited number of attendees.
  • Session can be tailored to fit any timeframe, from a 1-hour keynote speech all the way to a 6-hour highly interactive and hands-on seminar.
  •  Attendees will participate in several hands-on, interactive exercises

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