The right message, delivered the wrong way, is the wrong message!
Is something not working for you in a presentation? Are you feeling stressed? Unable to convince? Feeling your first impression needs polishing?
The good news is, we can help! We have an open workshop anyone can attend.
Why do we call it “Presentation Touch”?
Because it’s only a touch, one day & one personal coaching session; and sometimes that is all that is needed to move people to a new improved level of presenting.
Whats the advantage of an open workshop?
Learning with a diverse group with people from different backgrounds in a bias free environment offers new, different and valuable perspectives
Who should attend?
Anyone who is open to learning and wants to improve their presentation skills. No previous knowledge or experience is required.
How big is the group?
We keep the group to no more than 9 participants, this insures individual attention. Learning is individual with no comparison made between participants.
What background do participants come from?
Usually the participants are engineers or managers from tech/pharma companies, SMB directors, start-ups and individuals.
We focus on technical, financial, sales and business orientated presentations, in English or Hebrew, both online and face to face.
We believe in a short, high impact process, so our presentation touch has 3 steps:
1. Pre-workshop questionnaire to clarify your expectations and goals
2. One day, highly interactive workshop where you learn and practice
3. Follow-up one on one coaching session to integrate and implement
Your presentation practice will be video recorded on a disc-on-key and so will the feedback you receive. You will get to keep it and review it together with a one of our experienced trainers.
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“MSN”- Methodology for prioritizing information
The power of presence – How to build a stronger personal brand in presentation style
Dance with your audience – Managing, engaging and influencing a challenging audience
Make it stick! Tips and tricks to make a message memorable