Presentation Skills Training
Think of a presentation coach as a personal trainer for public speaking skills. Whether you need a few practice sessions before a big speech or you want to work on an ongoing basis to improve generally, I can help.
You can get presentation skills training in the following ways:
- Practice your speech or presentation: Book a set of calls where you run through parts of your presentation or the whole thing and receive feedback along the way. This is perfect for someone who has their speech or presentation ready to go and just needs an accountability partner with good eyes and ears to provide effective feedback.
- Specific public speaking skills training: Chances are something is holding you back from being an effective speaker. Maybe it's your confidence, your nerves, or your overall presentation style. We will start with a diagnostic session where I get to see you perform and analyze your strengths and areas for improvement. From there, I'll create a customized curriculum that fits your needs. We can either work on preparing for a specific speech or I can give you speech exercises as homework--either way, we'll focus on improving the skills behind your public speaking.
- Speech writing and practice combination: From start to finish, let's work together to not only create a speech that looks good on paper but one that you can deliver well, too. Great words aren't enough unless you have the ability to deliver them.
Presentation Training Online
Using either Skype or FreeConferenceCall.com, we can connect online for public speaking training sessions anywhere in the world at virtually any time. Well, as long as we're both awake.
Presentation Training in Cleveland, Ohio
Do you live in Cleveland, OH, or any city in northeast Ohio? We can make arrangements to meet in-person and work on your next presentation. I work out of Launch House in Highland Heights, but we can make any in-person public speaking training session work.
Contact me and let me know how I can best help you with your presentation skills.
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