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About the Workshop
The ability to persuade, or to hold an audience’s attention during a presentation is one of the most important skills you can cultivate on the job (whether you’re in sales or not). Some may be masters of the content, but lose the audience through ineffective delivery. On the other hand, others can talk their way through anything, but miss opportunities or lose their audience through lack of simple preparatory steps, and ineffective organization.
In this seminar, we’ll cover both situations. You’ll learn how to organize your presentation and how to read your audience and alter your approach accordingly. You’ll also learn three simple preparatory steps you can take that will make all the difference. We’ll cover the keys to effective PowerPoint slides. And finally, we’ll review a sure-fire strategy to ensure your presentation includes the key elements that will turn it from “run-of-the-mill” to “king-of-the-hill”!
About the Speaker
Robert Hellman is a certified Five O'Clock Club Career Coach, a Vice President at the Club, a professor at New York University, and author of the book Your Social Media Job Search. The Five O’Clock Club is a national outplacement and career counseling network with certified career counselors across the United States. Robert Hellman has helped hundreds of clients in diverse industries and professions to define and reach their job-search and on-the-job goals. In addition to his private coaching practice, Rob’s career-related insights and commentary have appeared in media outlets such as the New York Times, Forbes, the Washington Post, Money Magazine, CNBC.com, ABC News and Fox News. He combines his more than 20 years in corporate marketing (at companies such as American Express and JP Morgan Chase) with his Five O'Clock Club training to help people market themselves in their careers.
If you plan on attending, please register online by May 12. You may also register by calling 973-655-4141. Registration is required.
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