Imagine how much easier it would be to design your next talk if you knew exactly what the audience wanted to hear. Imagine how much more confident you will feel and how credible you will appear to the audience. That is exactly what you will learn in this interactive presentation on public speaking.
“How To Speak So Your Audience Will Listen” helps speakers improve their presentation skills whether they are making a formal presentation to large group or an informal presentation to a smaller group.
The talk identifies:
- Three highly desired attributes of a good presentation
- Five fatal flaw most speakers make
- The process for designing an effective talk
- Four tools effective speakers use
We all speak every day. This presentation will help you present information in an effective manner that inspires others to take new action or change a behavior. This presentation is a MUST for those interested in improving sales, closing more deals, or simply gaining support for their ideas.
Ethan Rotman has been making presentations for more than 30 years and training others in how to improve their speaking for more than 25 years.
Here is what others say about this presentation:
“I want to thank for an excellent presentation on public speaking. Good programs are important for the club to keep members interested and attendance up! We all appreciated the well-prepared and informative presentation.”
John Gardner, Rotary of Walnut Creek
“I had the pleasure of seeing Ethan do a presentation on public speaking and was VERY impressed not only by his knowledge of the subject, but by the fact that he is a great public speaker. I can’t think of a faster and more efficient way to improve communications in a business than to attend Ethan’s trainings.”
Anastasia Shuster, Access Speakers
“The session was exciting, well organized, and engaging. The materials were easy to understand we were given the tools to improve our speaking skills.”
San Francisco Estuary Institute
“You have been, in effect, a years worth of Toastmasters encapsulated into a couple of sessions.”
Clyde L. Schultz, DDS