presentation and pitch preparation
Training for challenging times
Employees at multiple levels in an organisation are often asked to deliver presentations, possible examples being a technical update to clients, a motivational speech or a business update to staff.
Unfortunately presentations often lack substance, or contain too much information for the audience to take in, or are simple boring leaving the audience asleep, thereby wasting the time and effort of both the presenter and the attendees.
Businesses can no longer afford to waste time, money and effort with presentations that do not achieve their objective.
As for pitching, given rival organisations increasingly putting a lot of effort into their presentations, now it's more important than ever for presentations to meet their objectives, if the audience (whether clients, employees or others), are to stay engaged.
So the question today is, which organisations are prepared to put in the extra effort, so that the time, effort and money they put into presentations and pitches, yield results.
Presentations and pitches are of course different, for presentations involve delivering information, motivating, inspiring, getting buy in. Pitches mean you want something from the audience, be it money from investors, or work from target clients, or sales contracts from potential customers.
We have developed various training courses to help people deliver more impactful presentations and pitches.
Each course gives attendees plenty of opportunity to practice and work on their own delivery,
Why not contact us to discuss your needs, so we can talk about how we could best help you,