June 18 and 1911a-12n PT
"Andy cuts through the gobbledygook and teaches nonprofits leaders how to tell their stories better."
President, Citizen Schools
Why Bad Presentations Happen to Good Causes
Based on unprecedented research and incorporating the advice of 20 highly regarded public-speaking experts, this two-hour webinar is designed to help presenters at all levels, including seasoned veterans. Course curriculum includes:
- The five most commonly made mistakes in presenting and how to avoid them
- How to structure presentations to help your audience learn more
- How to use PowerPoint more effectively
- Techniques to help you deliver talks with greater confidence
The course is comprised of two one-hour classes scheduled two days apart. Check our calendar…
Who will benefit:
This course has been designed for presenters at all levels of experience. Leaders who supervise colleagues who make presentations on a regular basis will also benefit.
All students will receive a copy of the book, Why Bad Presentations Happen to Good Causes, at the conclusion of the course.
The H word:
While there is no homework, students are encouraged to submit sample presentations for evaluation during the online classes.