Free Agent CoP - 10 Tips to Rock Your Next Presentation or Webinar
22 Jan 2016
8:00 AM - 9:45 AM
La Madeleine, 7607 Old Georgetown Rd, Bethesda, MD 20814
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Presentations – whether in the board room, on the conference stage, at the weekly meeting or virtually in a webinar – have the power to inform, inspire change and make a difference. Yet too many presentations are simply data dumps accompanied by mind numbing slides filled with bullet points. Join us and find out the 3 things never to do in a presentation, the 5 things always to do in a presentation and how to stand out from the crowd by making your presentations more engaging and memorable.
Kathy Reiffenstein is founder and president of the Washington, D.C. business communications consulting and training firm, And…Now Presenting!, which provides a full range of services to help business people improve their interpersonal communication, presentation and public speaking skills. Kathy has more than two decades of experience educating executives, managers and salespeople on how to reach their potential to influence audiences.
Prior to establishing And…Now Presenting!, Kathy was a principal at the California-based sales and teamwork training company, On Track, where she employed experiential learning programs to build and refine the strategic sales, marketing and communications skills of corporate executives, managers and salesreps. Earlier in her career, as director of sales for a leading financial institution, Kathy spearheaded the creation and implementation of a sales culture throughout the national branch network.
As a skilled speaker and trainer, Kathy has engaged audiences of 10 to 500. She was part of the Corporate Ambassador Program with Vital Voices Global Partnership where she spoke to women’s business organizations at conferences in Lagos, Nigeria, and Nairobi, Kenya. At these sessions, Kathy spoke about the power of persuasive communication and personal branding to create greater success for these African women in their businesses.
A graduate of Cornell University, Kathy is Past President, DC Chapter of the Association for Talent Development (ATD) and has contributed to ATD’s award-winning monthly magazine, TD. An active volunteer, she is a University of California trained Master Gardener, has been published in the anthology, Bay Area Gardening, and is a docent at the US Botanic Garden.
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