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Presentation Skills Training

Excellent Communications, LLC

What is your message?
How will you articulate your values, beliefs and vision?

Do you want to:

  • Move into a position of greater responsibility
  • Stand out from a crowded marketplace
  • Generate more leads
  • Close more sales
  • Inspire audiences
  • Change the world

Throughout time, there have been great motivators, great leaders, great presenters. They captured the hearts and minds of people everywhere. What do they have that most people do not? What sets them apart?

Did you know that most great leaders were driven by passion? People like Jack Welsh, Nelson Mandela, John F. Kennedy, Steve Jobs, Richard Branson and Gandhi, and so many others, are known for their passion. These speakers also knew how to inspire people. Whenever they present, people are captivated, motivated and compelled into action.

Chances are you know what you are passionate about, but do you have the courage to let your passion roar like a lion? Do you know what it takes to inspire people, rather than just keep them informed? Can you really connect with people, making clear what’s in it for them?

The 4 C’s of Presenting

You may know about the 4 C’s of diamonds: Clarity, Color, Cut and Carat. Presenting is much like pulling a diamond from the rough. To present with impact, follow these 4 C’s

  • Clarity—A 7 year old should be able to repeat your main point
  • Concise—keep it as brief as possible
  • Compelling—people feel motivated to act
  • Connection with each and every person in your audience

Being a C-level manager, there are many other C-words that are important for spectacular presenting, persuasion, influencing and leadership: Be congruent, act with conviction and courage, display confidence and commitment, appear competent, and be contagious so that people want to emulate you. Finally, perhaps the most important lesson of modern times: to get your message into the world, it takes a consistent message and constant communication. It is said that it takes at least 7 positive touches to change someone’s opinion and have them take action. Of course, some people change the first time they hear something. That means, some people take many more than 7 positive interactions. Keep at it!

It is one thing to know these skills are important; it is another to embody them. Much like reading about riding a bike v. actually gaining balance first hand by riding, it is essential to practice the skills underlying each of these important facets to become brilliant and shine.

If you can’t communicate what’s important to you, you are ripping off the world. The world won’t change on its own.

Let us take you through the journey so that you can sparkle and finally get your message across to your boss, your colleagues, your market, or the world. We will show you how to:

  • Connect to what’s truly important
  • Distill to the essence
  • Craft and deliver your message
  • Gain instant rapport
  • Grab their attention and hold it
  • Get them involved
  • Get them to care
  • Move them emotionally
  • Use metaphors to bypass resistance
  • Communicate with tonality and body language
  • Use phrase anchors to drive home your point
  • Use stage anchors for maximum effect
  • Make compelling call-to-action statements
  • Manage group dynamics
  • Handle objections and Q&A with power and confidence
  • Intersperse hypnotic language
  • Utilize everything that happens

We have many programs available, from individual coaching to team workshops.

Begin your first step to better communicating by sending an email to us. You will also want to sign up for our monthly newsletter. With brief lessons, the newsletter can be read in just minutes.

Much like having a high-powered jeweler’s loop, you will be able to cleave through excess trivia and polish your message with greater focus and precision so you present in an outstanding setting. You will dazzle them with your brilliance.

dazzling diamonds