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Present Complex Information: Course Reviews


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"The information presented was interesting and the topic is a much needed one.  Super value!  This will help us to discuss how we can keep things simpler and to use better analogies."

-Neal
Director of IT

 

"I liked the ease of access with the webinar, very convenient, great presenter."

-Sandi Leshenko        
Finance Manager - Petroleum Services
Core Laboratories



"Gave strong tips on keeping the audience focused on the presentation."

-William Bates        
Area Sales Manager
Veyance Technologies

 

"If I can pull out one or two solid pointers over a quick webinar, I'd say the presenters were successful in conveying their message! As a consultant, teaching better presentation behaviors will drive better sales pitches, demo's, and conveying of solutions developed on client site."

-Michael H.
Lead Information Management Consultant

 

"It was relevant, very well presented, and one of the best courses I have taken. I'll be a better presenter."

-Sheryl Landrum        
District Manager
RCD of Greater San Diego County

 

"I will be able to deliver powerful, complex information in a better format."

-Colleen M. Elliott        
SVP Cash Management Manager
Bank of NH

 

"It helped me to simplify some of the technical presentations I'll need to give. I should be able to get better understanding for requirements among my colleagues."

-James Marsico        
MIS Manager
Kopp Glass, Inc.

 

"The presentation perfectly modeled the techniques [the trainer] was teaching. As  a trainer I'm always looking for ways to keep the material interesting.  This was it!"

-Laura C
Technical Trainer


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In this interactive, one-hour webinar, you will focus on how to better present on topics you know well but your audience considers complex or full of new information. The key is to plan out the best approach for listeners so that they can more easily receive the information. Sequencing information in a logical way and in manageable chunks helps them stay engaged, and analogies can be a critical tool for connecting with what your audience already understands. You’ll walk away with other best practices for support materials, visuals, and presentation delivery that will help you plan for your next presentation.

  • Numerous live sessions offered each month -- register for the time that works best for you.
  • 1-Hour virtual instructor-led sessions utilizing chat, whiteboard tools and polling
  • Fast-paced interactive exchange of timely skills and "How-to's"

"When dealing with people, let us remember we are not dealing with creatures of logic. We are dealing with creatures of emotion."

― Dale Carnegie, How to Win Friends and Influence People
           

 

 

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