Presentation coaching is critical for any executive wanting to deliver impactful presentations that influence audiences to act. Great ideas and charismatic personality alone won't move people to action. You need the confidence in your message and the ability to engage with your audience to get the results you want.
Each presentation coaching initiative is developed to compliment the communication coaching program. You'll learn and put to practice active listening and other communication techniques on audience and group dynamics, and to adapt to any situation to influence more people more frequently. Coaching is tailored to each presenter's strengths so you'll be able to successfully engage with the audience in your own words.
Connie's proven method takes you beyond experience alone, and helps you grow your presentation skills through evaluated experience. This approach will greatly improve your confidence, helping you adapt to any situation and ensure your messages stick.
When you're presentations connect with, convey to, and convince your audience, you'll influence people to positive action and get the results you want.
Every engagement is customized to your specific style and abilities. We'll bring out and enhance your inherent strength.
As you watched the London Olympics, you may have wondered, "Why does one athlete reach her golden goal while another with equal talent falters?" Sports psychologists tell us the athlete who hauls in the hardware has learned to manage her anxiety. Same with influential leaders and presenters. After a decade of coaching executives, I've learned the key is to manage your anxiety, not try to control it. Managing and controlling are two different mindsets. If you manage your anxiety, you'll stay focused, which radically reduces your stress and improves the outcome. If you try to control it, you give the anxiety too much power. Trying to control your nerves while delivering a presentation makes you vulnerable because...
It was the silence heard around the world: Rick Perry's brain freeze. Perry's mental cramp during the GOP presidential debate stole the show and was quickly hailed as one of the worst memory meltdowns in history. It was a cringe-inducing 53 seconds as Perry scrambled to recall the name of the third federal agency he'd shut down, to no avail.