Most would agree that if we could eliminate boring, incoherent presentations, the world would be a betterplace. But, effective presentation skills have benefits far beyond speaking in front of groups. They also help you become a keen observer of detail, a skilled editor of information overload, and a capable communicator even when the concepts are technical and overwhelming. Not only do great presentation skills allow you to deliver a better message, they can empower you, your team, and the work you do. In short, they can be a pivotal part of your career and personal brand.
In this interactive workshop, you will learn principles of great presentation, methods for refining your skills and your ability to relate any topic to any audience, and how to apply these principles broadly in the workplace.
Greg Roth is a speaker, trainer, and consultant with 20 years experience serving nonprofits, associations, foundations, and entrepreneurs. His company, GRcreative, helps clients create more engaging presentations, learning environments, and professional development resources.
He has delivered presentations to audiences as large as 3500 for the Association Chamber of Commerce Executives, U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the Pew Charitable Trusts, and now as a professional speaker. He has served as a press secretary for a member of Congress and speechwriter for the National Association of Realtors, developing messaging and preparing principals for interviews and presentations. He has provided pitch coaching to board members and startups through a number of clients, including associations, nonprofits, and the Mentor Capital Network. His conversational presentation style comes from a background in music, acting, improvisation, and standup comedy.
He’s currently working on a book featuring interviews with the nation’s leading creative directors on how great ideas happen and how to find to find new ways to tell great stories.
Light refreshments will be served
No refunds will be issued after June 24, 2016.