In each of our workshops we meet business communicators who are tied up in knots about how to communicate well. Some have received bad or inconsistent advice from well-meaning managers, peers, and frankly, other trainers. Some confuse TED talks and speech-making with getting-business-done presentations. Some experience nervousness and the “practice, practice, practice” advice they’ve been given hasn’t worked.
Some presenters feel guilty about not preparing enough, while others worry about wasting time over preparing. Everyone has received conflicting advice about slide design, bullet points, and where to stand in relation to the screen. Others worry excessively about being interrupted and the accuracy of their answers.
We untangle all of these knots and more. People leave our workshops relieved that their path to success is simpler than they ever thought it could be.