- Delivery tips for virtual and in-person presentations
Rapport and trust-building through various exercises
- How to keep presentations simple so that they’re interesting, insightful, and helpful
- Tools for building trust and maintaining audience engagement
Having the ability to deliver a concise message
Increased confidence in front of an audience and passionate for your presentation materials
- A variety of tactics you can implement for successful presentations
- Anyone who plans to, or currently facilitates business presentations*, looking to learn and develop new skills.
*A business presentation can include - but isn't limited to - a sales, internal/team, or educational presentation. This course is for any level presenter, beginner to expert.
This is not a seminar on PowerPoint or how to build a visual presentation. Attendees are not expected to prepare anything in advance of the seminar. Please note, this will be an interactive workshop.
President, Potato Chip Communications
Max is a public speaker, communication skills coach, and YouTuber.
Since 2007, Max has been the leading salesperson with three different companies, has led and delivered over a thousand speaking engagements, and has held roles in the worlds of manufacturing, health-food, non-profit, and film.
Max's success is rooted in his belief that the better we communicate, the more value we bring to other people's lives. This begins and ends with taking a genuine interest in others.
In 2017, Max launched Potato Chip Communications, a company dedicated to helping people become more confident and engaging communicators.
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Potato Chip Communications