leadership presence
presentation killers
presenting your confident self
storytelling
storytelling

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Keynotes

 

Open with POWER

The “Open with Power” Learning Event gives you the opportunity to learn a more powerful way to connect with your audience in your business presentations. Paul A. Slattery Master Instructor of Corporate Ovations will share techniques on two vital areas for more effective presentation delivery.

 

Leader Presence

This bitesize talk is for executives looking to understand and uncover leader presence. What is executive presence? When we think of a leader we think of someone who commands a room, someone inspiring, someone authentic, someone who is decisive or maybe someone with charisma. Our talk creates the ideal space for attendees to reflect inwardly on the attributes of a great leader. As a group we will look at the definition of authentic leadership and how we can development the communication skills to support the leader’s growth.

 

The Three Presentation Killers (and how to AVOID them)

This 90 minute talk “The Three Presentation Killers” gives you the opportunity to learn a more powerful way to connect with your audience in your business presentations. We will share techniques on three vital areas to become a more effective presenter. You will discover what happens with an audience at 30 seconds, 5 minutes, and 9 minutes during your presentations.

 

Presenting Your Confident SELF

This bitesize talk “Presenting your confident SELF” does what is says by providing tool, practices and techniques to present our confident self in front of others. No matter what the circumstance of our communication be it in a one to one conversations, one to many boardroom presentation, or when going for that promotional interview, you’ll discover how to present your confident self.

 

Visual Storytelling

Illustrate your content in ways that will gain attention and make it memorable. Leverage the use of visual aid design techniques and a storytelling model to engage your audience. You will develop a corporate presentation to be more interactive and visually appealing to your audience. Create more succinct and powerful visual aids using design techniques. Create engaging visual aids using less. Engage and reflect on the use of PowerPoint.