I’m excited to announce the new Outstanding Presentations Course and Portal! The course will start on Tuesday, November 30th, via webinar.
At the end of the Outstanding Presentations Workshop, I asked attendees to answer a survey. One question was to think about resources that would help them become a better presenter. Before I tell you a few of the answers, why don’t you tell me what type of resources would help YOU! Just leave a comment on this blog post.
“Perhaps access to ongoing coaching/advice before and after a presentation. Possibly more nuts and bolts info around the mechanics of creating a presentation (i.e., how to create certain effects), user/expert forums.”
“Being able to submit my own video for critique. It’s very rare that presenters get meaningful feedback.”
“List of resources – a top 10 or 100 would be outstanding. The presenters’ cheat sheet – or users guide. A distilled, on one page, essential tips tricks and recommendations. A way to get feedback, even if at a fee for service. Send you a video of a presentation and have you critique.”
Do you see the trend? What do YOU think?
“Having a way to practice the presentation with others (on online forum?) to get feedback and improve. Something like Toastmasters groups but expanded to include having slides, be in a virtual environment, and a way to address confidentiality. ”
“A library of articles, tips and tricks etc. that could be referenced by all. Getting ideas from all types of companies and various business lines would be helpful.”
“Coaching during the design phase and while presenting to get objective feedback. In my environment, this type of feedback is very hard to come by.”
“Practice sessions with peer feedback for trying out new ideas, telling stories, making PowerPoints more interesting and visual.”
“A mentor program with feedback.”
I’ve created a program designed to meet these needs. The program includes the following:
- 16 webinars on the entire process of creating, designing, and delivering a presentation
- A portal with downloadable resources and a place to get feedback
If you think this might be valuable to you, read more about it now. Registration is limited and the price goes up on November 22nd.