Introduction: When kicking off your presentation, the introduction is key. Follow this format to engage your audience’s attention and respect.
Nerves: Feeling performance nerves is actually a good thing. Understand the biology of performance anxiety and how to better manage them.
Networking: Networking is a necessary part of building your professional community though it can feel awkward and unnatural. Consider what you can do to make these moments easier.
Power Point: PowerPoint has become the go-to for presenters though it’s not always the most effective. Consider what else you can do to make an audience-centred connection.
Humor: Humor can be very effective in corporate presentations; in others ways, not so much. Consider whether incorporating humor into your presentations is right for you and your audiences.
Storytelling: Storytelling is the backbone of communications but only used by the most savvy of corporate leaders. Consider how to build storytelling into your corporate presentations.
Executive Branding: Your Executive Brand is your personal brand, your reputation. Understand how to define, manage and maintain your brand.
Senior Audiences: Connecting with senior level audiences is the sum of many parts. Understand what it takes to make a connection when the stakes are high.