I’m excited to announce an unprecedented opportunity for you to hear top presentation experts present on what they know best: How to create outstanding presentations! Never before have so many famous presenters come together to speak to you, people who present day in and day out.
It’s called “Outstanding Presentations Workshop.” Click the link and complete the simple sign-up form on that page. You’ll need to confirm your registration. It’s 8 free webinars, starting on Wednesday, September 15th and going through Wednesday, November 10th. The time is 1pm PT/4pm ET.
If you’ve been following my posts over the last few years, you know that I’ve been beating the drum for effective presenting. Specifically, I’ve been searching for ways to reach more people. This is it!
I strongly encourage everyone reading this to sign up, if you’re interested in learning what the best presenters and designers in the world are saying. Then, spread the word. I’m sure you know of people who need to hear this message. You might even want to organize a group to watch together each week where you work.
The presenters are:
- Rick Altman, Author of Why Most PowerPoint Presentations Suck and organizer of the Presentation Summit (PowerPoint Live) conference
- Nancy Duarte, Author of Slide:ology and the upcoming Resonate, designer of the slides in Al Gore’s An Inconvenient Truth
- Olivia Mitchell, Presentation trainer based in Wellington, New Zealand and blogger at Speaking about Presenting
- Robert Lane, Author of Relational Presenting and founder of Aspire Communications
- Dana Bristol-Smith, Author of Overcome Your Fear of Public Speaking and founder of Speak for Success
- Jim Endicott, President of Distinction Communication
- Scott Schwertly, Author of How to be a Presentation God and CEO of Ethos3
- and me!
You won’t want to miss this. Note that GoToWebinar, the webinar service, allows only 1,000 registrants to enter a webinar, and we think we’ll certainly exceed that number. So register now (and be sure to sign in a little early each week).
Here’s the link again: www.outstandingpresentationsworkshop.com.