Top executives tend to have an uncritical audience within their own staff, so they learn to speak in public like most people learn how to use computers – the hard way – by trial and error. This often means that you only learn (if indeed you do learn) by making costly mistakes.
So the people who need be at the top of their public-facing game will want to invest in learning – the easy way – having some formal guidance in how to prepare, structure and deliver a presentation that will stand up to scrutiny in front of the most exacting audiences.
If your need is to speak online too, we can also provide tools and techniques to ensure that you can move seamlessly into that medium. As a leader you may feel experienced at delivering face to face presentations. But you are unlikely to have been taught how to come across like a professional broadcaster, yet it is those very skills that you need to make the most of this digital era.
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