Want to stand out from the typical presenter?
Want to save wasted time in unproductive meetings?
Want to boost the presentation skills of your team?
We’ve all sat through business presentations that were so mind-numbingly boring you lost the will to live! Hmm … You might have even (gasp!) delivered this kind of presentation yourself.
It doesn’t have to be this way! In this practical workshop, I’ll show you how to build better presentations that cut through the clutter, make a point with impact, and stay in your audience’s mind even after they leave the room.
This is not about turning you into a professional speaker. I know that making presentations probably isn’t your day job – it’s something you have to do in addition to your day job! So I’ll share techniques that won’t take hours to implement, but will make a huge impact.
That’s why I’ve created this workshop, More Magnetic Messages, so you can boost your presentation skills (fast!) and walk away with simple, practical tools you can use in your own presentations – now.
Why Work With Me?
I’m a business futurist, author and workshop presenter who helps you become fit for the future.
I’ve always been passionate about how people learn – especially through group presentations. Even before my current role as a professional keynote speaker appearing at conferences around Australia and the region, I’ve been obsessed with presentation technology, influence skills, and communication techniques.
I was a social media consultant to speakers and thought leaders, I’ve been engaged by Citrix (who developed GoToWebinar and GoToMeeting) to teach online presentation skills to their clients, and Garr Reynolds invited me to contribute to his book, “Presentation Zen“.
I’m the author of “The Future of Leadership”, “Disruption By Design”, and 10 other books. Forbes magazine rated me the #5 social media inﬂuencer in the world (and #1 in Australia) in my area of expertise.
If this sounds like something you would be interested in, please get in touch by phone or e-mail and I would be happy to discuss how best we can work together.