High Impact Presentations
Inspiring presentations begin with confident presenters trained using Dale Carnegie's methods.
The program is comprised of 7 video recorded presentations coached by 2 professional trainers with presentation expertise. For each presentation there is a structure analysis, a model, and then the actual presentation with coaching being done both during the presentation and immediately after, during an individual review of the recording.
This training structure gives the participants the possibility to present and immediately after see the video of how they came across to their audience.
Each presentation focuses on issues that will support business professionals in their efforts to persuade and involve their audiences.
Who Should Attend
All professionals that need to be persuasive and drive those that attend their presentations to accept, embrace and drive the changes and ideas they are promoting.
Note: Because of the 1 to 1 coaching, class size is limited to a maximum of 10 participants.
Our trainers have over 16 years of experience in working with companies to transform cultures and drive long-term results.
Our trainers have over 15 years of experience in working with companies to transform cultures and drive long-term results.
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