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Presentation Skills Basics: Moving People from Their Point A to Your Point B
May 19, 2020 @ 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm EDT
This webinar is a “how to” in the creation of impactful, successful, presentations for any medium, including video conferencing. The facilitator, Laurie Krauz, has a track record of helping clients write and deliver motivating messages using her practical techniques for over 30 years.
It will touch on:
- how to move listeners from their point A on the topic to the speaker’s point B
- how to develop and organize ideas to create a clear, concise message
- how to decide what to include
- how to decide what will motivate and move the listener
- how to develop a vibrant delivery style
- how to channel nerves into energized presentations
- how to approach practicing
The first portion of the webinar will be an introduction of techniques that Laurie Krauz has developed for over the past 30 years. The second portion will allow for some brainstorming with participants, who volunteer to participate in advance of the session, to discuss and workshop presentations being used or developed (rough drafts are more than welcome!). If you would like to be one of the volunteers, please contact Laurie directly at [email protected] for more information.
Laurie Krauz has helped men and women from all over the world and all walks of life achieve their own personal and professional styles while developing their ability to offer dynamic, compelling presentations. Her seminars and lectures have been presented at law firms, corporations, financial institutions and universities. Krauz has been featured internationally on BBC Television, and in numerous publications throughout the U.S. Her lectures, workshops and seminars are offered both privately and at the corporate level. Laurie has a degree in Social Work from Penn State and is an award-winning jazz vocalist who has performed with a number of luminaries at such legendary venues as The Blue Note, Town Hall and Birdland. She has been named one of the top 525 jazz vocalists of all time in an upcoming book by noted jazz critic, Scott Yanow.
Email [email protected] with any questions!