7 Easy Steps to Powerful Presentations
About Fern Lebo
Award winning speaker, trainer and coach, Fern Lebo decimates the rules and reinvents communication with a whole new system for building business relationships—in person, on screen, and on paper.
A respected communications authority, Fern teaches the secrets of powerful presentation and strategic business writing—in workshops, keynotes and corporate retreats across North America. She is President of FrontRunner Communications, the author of six books and adjunct professor at Auburn University.
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Research tells says that when you present, you have about 45 seconds to convince an audience you are worth listening to. Become the compelling presenter you want to be and close more sales with 5 Rules for getting it right. Continue reading
If you’re in sales, you know your presentation is your most powerful closing tool. Whether you’re speaking at a conference or in a public arena just for fun, you want your presentation to be engaging and memorable. Here are the 10 key steps to a winning presentation. Continue reading
This is the crux of it: whether your potential buyers build trucks, sell medical equipment or distill beer, as individuals sitting in your audience, their personal point of view is predictable. That’s a valuable fact–because it means you can target your presentation perfectly and trigger a buying response. This article tells you how. Continue reading
It’s possible there are worse presentation set-ups than being stuck behind a podium with a fixed mic, but I can’t think of them off the top of my head. Unless the presenter is also on a stage, which compounds the separation–and the human connection. That said, you have a problem. You’re a scientist about to present at a conference and you know the set up will be exactly as I’ve described. What to do? Lots.
Whether you are in sales, education or service, a professional or a once-in-a-while presenter, it isn’t smart to put your audience to sleep. For predictably positive results, here are ten easy steps to a better way.