Present Your Message With Greater Impact.

Overview: Presentations can be one of the most powerful ways to deliver a message to small groups or larger audiences. But, they can also generate a great deal of anxiety as you prepare for the moment, and uncertainty thereafter, as you wonder just how well your efforts were received.

Not surprisingly, many people who conclude a presentation lament that they could have done better…often they are correct.

When a presentation fails, it is often due to content that is confusing, delivery that is long-winded and boring, poor use of visuals aids, or the speaker’s miscalculation as to what the audience was expecting.

PowerPoint, which can be an important tool for a presenter, can also become a crutch that gets in the way of connecting with the audience. 

And those are just some of the reasons why making a good presentation can be so challenging.

Who Should Attend: This program is offered to individuals who are scheduled to make a presentation or groups who want to be better prepared for the next time. 

What You Learn: Program sessions will cover a range of subjects providing you with the full set of tools you’ll need to be a more effective presenter. These will include sessions covering: Strategic objectives, writing, delivery, reducing anxiety, speaking presence (energy), audience engagement, using visual aids effectively, and other factors that will make you a more confident, successful presenter. 

Program Length: This is typically determined after our complimentary evaluation or discovery session. 


Program Fees: Fees are based on group or individual one-on-one programs. 

For those who have an upcoming presentation that has been created, or is nearing completion, and want “feedback” before the event, there is a 90 minute program, with two faculty members, who can assist with content, delivery and the range of skills outlined in our four week program, as required.

Location: We conduct programs on-site or off-site, in person or virtually (global presence).

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Click the image to learn how to get professional feedback before your next presentation.