1. You’d rather eat glass than speak in public.
2. You and your team are not getting the attention your good ideas deserve.
3. You’re not able to organize your brilliance into bite-size messages.
4. You’re an expert but you don’t come across with confidence.
5. Anxiety interferes with your ability to communicate.
How do you know what to include – and what to leave out?
Have you accurately identified and incorporated the concerns, challenges, worries, doubts and other potential “pain points” of your audience or prospect?
Does your content lead to a convincing end result?
Experience and practice:
- A step-by-step process to organize and deliver on-point messages
- Pre-presentation strategies to optimize outcomes
- Identifying the “pain points” and benefit language that compel action and interest
- Six ways to open a presentation with impact
- Five ways to structure your ideas on your feet or for a “formal” presentation
- Strong closing tactics
- Understanding the motivation and interests of the audience or prospect
How anxious do you get before key presentations?
Frustrated when your message doesn’t seem to hit home?
Experience and practice:
- Tackling nervousness
- Using your body language and meaningful gestures
- Controlling your voice and inner calm
- Choosing visuals/graphics and speaker attire
- Strategies for effective rehearsing/practicing
How do you handle those questions and situations when you are not prepared?
How ready are you to accomplish your mission when things start to crumble?
The Speaking Studio™ techniques and strategies help you and your team get ready for the unexpected that happens when you’re in the “public eye.”
- Handling question-and-answer sessions
- Overcoming objections
- Presenting and accepting awards
- Introducing other speakers
- Running meetings
- Other leadership roles
1) Communication Style Analysis. Discover your own unique communication style and how those on your team score as well. Learn to produce more effective presentations and obtain better results in important conversations by adapting your style and content to engage the different personalities in your organization, among your clients, vendors and in the community.
2) Workplace Motivators™ Report. Save time and avoid expensive management mistakes by understanding what drives your own behavior and how to motivate those who don’t share your attitudes or values.
3) Emotional Quotient Report. Gain insight into how well you interact with others and your own capacity for self-regulation.
4) Say It! Own It! Written by Speakout founder, Anne B. Freedman, this cartoon-filled 240-page workbook takes you step-by-step through crafting any type of speech or presentation.