Executive Communication & Presentation Training
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Take charge of your audience and your future.
It’s a fact: 74 percent of Americans rank public speaking as their number one fear.
Imagine the competitive edge you would gain if you could walk into a room with confidence and command attention in ways that build trust and inspire action, whether you’re addressing an audience of one or one million.
Through our executive communication and presentation training programs, Lothery & Associates LLC can give you the edge you need to make the most of every opportunity, from advancing your company to advancing your career.
What to expect
Our executive communication and presentation training workshops combine expert instruction with on-camera exercises and analysis. Together, we’ll develop a presentation style that takes advantage of your unique personal strengths to communicate and connect more effectively.
Your session will include:
- Elements of an effective presentation
Sharpen your delivery from pacing and projection to using visual aids.
- Body language analysis
Refine your use of gestures, facial expressions, and eye contact for maximum impact.
- Techniques to motivate action
Gain an understanding of the adult learning and data retention cycle.
- Strategies for managing group dynamics
Learn how to engage with your audience and facilitate their participation.
- Adapting your style to your setting
Establish a comfort level with any scenario, from formal presentations to a one-on-one pitch
- Social media tactics
Discover how to use social media to support your presentation.
- Videotaped practice sessions
See yourself from the perspective of your audience and receive constructive feedback.
More Americans fear public speaking than death, spiders, flying, or confined spaces.
After completing the program, you’ll be ready to approach any audience – no matter how large or small – with confidence, captivate their attention, and compel them to action.
- Conquer speech anxiety.
Overcome the physical and psychological stumbling blocks that undermine your delivery.
- Connect with any audience.
Establish credibility immediately, maintain attention throughout, and leave a lasting impression.
- Master the art of engagement.
Read your audience and adapt your approach to move them toward your agenda.
- Use visual aides more effectively.
Develop materials that enhance – rather than compete with – your presentation.
- Lead with confidence.
Boost employee performance and morale through a better understanding of team dynamics.
- Convince and convert.
Achieve higher close rates with sales prospects or rally support for your cause.