Need Help in Your Presenting Style?

For those who give big presentations, do public speaking, training seminars or present marketing and sales presentations to corporate or non-profit boards of directors, they realize that it is one of the hardest things to perfect. However, once it is perfected it is just amazing the power of presentations on the minds, hearts and imagination of those viewing.

It is a skill and a talent, some say it is a born talent to present well, but that simply is not so, it is a learned skill set, one which you must apply yourself to, if you want to be a successful presenter. If you wish to up your success ratio or become a world class presenter, then you need to take a few pointers from the top folks in the industry.
 
Namely Lani Arredondo, who is my favorite authority on the power of presentation and how to present like a professional; thus, I’d like to recommend his book to you, one I have on my shelf;
 
“How to Present Like a Pro; Getting People to See Things Your Way,” by Lani Arredondo [corporate trainer and speaker]; McGraw Hill, Inc.; New York, 1991.
 
The author helps amateur presenters become professionals, teaching them how to connect with their audience, set the mood, ditch your fear, find the best tools of the trade and stay effective, even when fielding disruptive questions. He shows the reader how to use presentation to train employees, sell products and services or make big presentations to those folks who can make the decision. He is a firm believer in the art of getting folks to visualize your way.