People in organizations present both formally and informally. Think about the last few presentations you experienced. How did you feel during and after? Were you motivated to take action? Inspired to do more? Was it memorable? Or did the experience do nothing to move you and your team forward?
It's the effective presenters who drive action. They drive change. They do it in front of people, face-to-face where influence happens. Formal or informal, poor presenters put your initiatives at risk.
WHY TAKE THAT CHANCE?
To move your organization forward, you need people who can communicate clearly, authentically, and with passion. People share ideas, drive strategy, and influence change when they communicate effectively. The presentation skills of your people will either move your organization forward, or become a barrier to success. People speak with people to make things happen.
We believe that there are core truths when making presentations, and presenters who understand the power of those truths will get results. But some presenters adopt a trendy approach that by itself, doesn't work. We are continuous learners who scan for meaningful trends and fuse those with core truths about how people communicate.
Because every organization is unique, we learn about your culture (or desired culture) in order to support your big picture goals with our services. Your people will notice when we speak your language.
Presenters need more than technique to move listeners to action. Listeners can't "see" someones intent so they make up their mind based on appearance and tone-of-voice. That's often the problem. Poor technique blocks good intention. We coach the ABC's of effective presenters: Authentic Behavioral Confidence.
The most powerful venue to drive strategy and create buy-in is the in-person presentation. This is NOT public speaking. It's leading change with powerful internal presentations to your specific employees, teams, and leaders. The dynamics between internal and public presentations are different. We don't teach public speaking.
We live in a world where in-person and virtual presentations are the reality. Some core truths about presentation effectiveness cross both methods, and there are key differences. The world keeps changing so it's impossible to "bounce back" to the way things were. Instead, let us help you bounce forward!
Developing the presentation skills of your people is a benefit to them and a way to get measurable results. Let's talk so you can decide if there's a fit between your people and our competencies.