Many people say that the worst part is the first few minutes. It's one thing if the technology starts up without a blip and the audience is looking at you with rapt attention AND you remember exactly what it was you were going to say. But, as we all know, this is not always the case.
This course will help you with simple practical ways to handle the situation. Learn how to reduce technical hiccups and get your first slide up with a minimum of delay. Position yourself strategically in the room, whatever the space looks like, and set up the situation so it works for you.
These tips will help you not only survive the first nervous minutes, but you will start strong and in command, with the full attention of your audience.
Ask questions as you go. Send a mail or Skype or by any other method. You can buy even longer coaching sessions if you need help all the way through the process from planning to speaking.
Thinking of enrolling? Get 30 mins free Skype coaching to see if it's for you.
Throughout a career that started with a PhD and nine years in academic cancer research, followed by nine years in business development and marketing, Rhiannon has held hundreds of business presentations and spoken at numerous international conferences. From small meeting rooms to spacious stages, she's tried it all. Public speaking started as an obsession, became a passion and has now been her full time occupation for over eight years. She lectures and holds workshops in presentation technique for all kinds of audiences.
Rhiannon specializes in the Life Science, Biotechnology and Pharmaceutical business areas and has spent many years helping newly started companies (in all kinds of business sectors) formulate their elevator pitches and prepare investment pitches.
Her native language is English and she is fluent in Swedish.