Give presentations that drive results.

Presentations, whether in-person or virtual, can build relationships, drive sales, and/or motivate change. You can meet the challenges of both in-person and virtual presentations with our unique process and strategies.Presentations, whether in-person or virtual, can build relationships, drive sales, and/or motivate change. You can meet the challenges of both in-person and virtual presentations with our unique process and strategies.

Dynamic Presentations: In-Person

Presenters stand out when they are relaxed enough to be fully themselves – only with a slightly bigger presence. How do you get there? This training empowers you to:

  • Manage nerves so that your natural expressiveness comes through
  • Use your voice with engaging power and tonality
  • Use body language that shows confidence and energy

This course can also include storytelling, slide design and prep process.

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Dynamic Presentations: Webcasts/Podcasts

How do you grab an audience and keep them listening in the virtual environment? You often have only your voice, and perhaps some slides, to do so. This course provides strategies that help you:

  • Streamline your prep process
  • Engage and hold your audience
  • Design slides that support your message and your brand
  • Tell compelling and persuasive stories
  • Use your voice with engaging power and tonality

See our blog posts on the best practices in webcasting here.

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Dynamic Presentations: Video

Many presenters feel especially nervous when speaking on-camera. How can you appear relaxed and approachable when you are speaking to a camera? This course helps you to:

  • Manage nerves so that your natural warmth comes through
  • Adjust your body language so that your gestures and posture support your message
  • Use your voice effectively, including with a mic

This course can also include storytelling, slide design and prep process.

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Dynamic Presentations: Gamified

This improv-based presentation skills workshop “gamifies” any of the Dynamic Presentations curricula. Participants play group games that are designed to help them relax and get in touch with their natural expressiveness. After the warm-up games, participants hone their messages and practice their presentations using their own style, as they would in the regular presentation workshop.

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