Experience a new way to learn presentation skills
Greene’s speaker program of the “Three Magic Keys to Successful Presentations” covers the three essential elements needed for effective presentations. Every program is customized to address specific speaking and presentation challenges. Participants will learn how to avoid “Death by PowerPoint” and other presentation traps. Greene gives each audience useful tips and strategies that they can implement to immediately improve their presenting ability.
Greene gives attention to the basic techniques of proper public speaking as well as revealing the secrets of professional keynote speakers.
Download Presentation Skills Workshop PDF one sheet
The program “Three Magic Keys” covers:
- Audience engagement
- Overcoming nervousness
- Message preparation
- Q&A handling
- Body language
- and more!
Length: 45 minutes – one hour with Q&A. Perfect for lunch & learns.
Materials: 1 page handout
“I’m the president of a small networking group. In January of 2012 Charles presented his “3 Magic Keys to Successful Presentations” to our group. He captivated the audience for a full 30 minutes and we almost wouldn’t let him leave. Charles’ presentation was informative and insightful. He uses some magic to capture the audience’s attention and to illustrate one of his key points. This was truly a great presentation on presentations. We learned a great deal and had fun along the way. I highly recommend any organization hire Charles to teach you how to give great presentations. You’ll enjoy the time and your whole organization will be served well by the quality of your staff’s future presentations.”
Mark Dolfis – Tyson’s Corner, Virginia
This highly informative program is perfect for your breakfast club, company “Lunch & Learn” or civic organization. Attendees will learn new presentation skills that can be immediately applied. This program is educational and entertaining. You may never have a more highly rated program speaker.
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Receive weekly tips on presentations skills: Connect with Charles on LinkedIn or Twitter (@CharlesGreene3). For his archive of presentations tips, visit his weekly presentation tips page.