5 Principles for Creating Powerful Messages When Presenting Online


Date and Time
Wednesday, June 10, 2020
7:00pm— 8:00pm
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Who's coming
Tanvi Shah Sanjeev Verma Guido Costa Juan de la Espriella Patrice Carbonneau Alexei Lougovtsov Emilio Planas Alexander Labak Kevin Lee Ron Dirienzi David Warne FRSA Odam Ebokpo Amer Khayyat Roger McDonald Aude Grasset chukwuemeka ejoh Barbara Minto Epitacio Miranda Sofia Schmidt Olivier Zucker Jane Stringfellow Wes Wilcox Ivonne Cantu Bjorn Gravsholt Svetlana Kumanova Steve Berry David Hong Rav Roberts Karen Abbott Andrew Lovelace Melissa Chavin heidi rauber Jose Raffo Serban Suvagau Mark Hendstock Epitacio Miranda Big Momma Sam Perry John Kenny George Gvishiani Michele Russo Cathryn Taylor John Ryan Mark Kotzer Faheem Ahmed Ayoola Ayinde Lauren Roberts Laura Morales
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If you want to thrive in business, you must take your presentations to a higher level.

- Do you find it difficult to develop a compelling message and a story that resonates?
- Do your presentations suffer from Death by PowerPoint?
- Do you find it difficult to establish a connection with your audience, especially in online environments?

In this one-hour Live Masterclass, Andrea Pacini will tear up the conventional wisdom and provide you a simple new method for producing great presentations that hit the mark every time.

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What You'll Learn:
- Discover the 5 key principles behind all successful presentations
- Discover the key mistakes business professionals make when creating presentations, including online presentations
- Understand what's getting in the way of you becoming the best presenter you can be
- Discover the 3 skills you must have in order to create and deliver powerful presentations
- Learn practical strategies and techniques to help you develop memorable presentations

Date: Wednesday 10th June

Time: 7pm to 8pm

Venue: Online - dial-in details will be sent to you with your RSVP confirmation


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