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Your Path to Powerful Presentations | Linda Sage | Training & Development Specialist | SGC

This document is the soft copy of the presentation by Linda Sage. Do you turn to jelly at the mere thought of speaking in public, or presenting in front of your management, peers or teams? You are not alone, Glossophobia is the top fear of 82% of Americans, and that is speaking in their own language. Speaking in public in your own language is scary enough, doing it in an additional language is equivalent to being a super hero.

There is no doubt that in the fast world of communication today, if you cannot get yourself, your ideas or your product across in a coherent, impactful, effective way; then you are not at the height of your professional ladder. The number one skill required across the board is effective communication, if it is done well, it can make a huge difference to the bottom line profits of any business and certainly to any professional ambitions you have.

Why is something you do on a daily basis, so scary? Whether you are talking to one person, 50, 1,000 or 50,000 your base fear as a human is rejection, if you are only talking to one person, there is only one chance of rejection; that number rises with the number of your audience. There are millions of effective speakers, so there must be a way; of course like every other skill you have learnt, there are ways and means to making yourself and your presentations memorable for all the right reasons.

What you learn:

You will be shown the skills to be able to:

  • Designing is messy - Work through it.
  • Visual aids - Are an extra.
  • Be present, not perfect.
  • Be yourself.
  • Practice, practice, practice.

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Why your Personal Brand and LinkedIn matters | Jane Anderson | Director | Jane Anderson

This document is the soft copy of the presentation by Jane Anderson. We're no longer in the industrial or information age. We're now in the connection economy - the economy where your ability to connect with others, educate and build relationships through branding yourself means business growth.

A lack of clarity and failure to communicate your personal brand will see others get the opportunities and sales you want. It's time to cut through the clutter and get personal with real and authentic connection both face to face and online.

What you learn:

  • Identify your own personal brand.
  • Why people buy you over a business.
  • How to stand out from competition.
  • How to gain more referrals and leads from LinkedIn.

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How to Sustain Your Professional Brand with LinkedIn | Howard Fox | Leadership Coach | Fox Coaching Inc

This document is the soft copy of the presentation by Howard Fox. LinkedIn is the world's largest professional networking site with over 300 million members in 200 countries. Even still, a large number of professionals are still not maximizing their use of LinkedIn.

LinkedIn should be a MAJOR part of your integrated strategy for developing your professional branding, networking, new business development strategy.

What you learn:

  • Creating a profile that meets your professional needs.
  • Understandings why a professional photo is so important.
  • Managing your headline to reflect your experience, skills, and expertise.
  • Determining which content sections will maximize professional brand strategy.
  • Requesting recommendations to enhance your professional brand.
  • Using group memberships and discussions to your strategic advantage.
  • Sharing relevant content that communicates your personal & professional brand.
  • Staying to-of-mind through LinkedIn Posts.
  • Learning to leverage you connections & network to market (strategically) on LinkedIn.
  • Using a company and showcase pages to create interest in your services.
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How To Connect With People | Bert Oliva | Human Behavior Expert | BOWAworld International

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Having a strong personal brand requires being connected to a network of resources for mutual development and growth. We achieve our greatest success through our relationships with others. That's why it is critical to build and maintain your network.

What differentiates a leader from a manager, research tells us, is the ability to figure out where to go to enlist the people and groups necessary to get there. Recruiting stakeholders, lining up allies and sympathizers, diagnosing the political landscape, and brokering conversations among unconnected parties are all part of a leader's job. As they step up to the leadership transition, some managers accept their growing dependence on others and seek to transform it into mutual influence.

Networking is a proven strategy for building your business and experienced business people know that anything is possible through networking. You must constantly expand your network of contacts and think of them as an investment from which you may eventually be able to collect a return. Networking is the act of connecting with people for business, information, or friendship. In this Webinar you will learn networking strategies to build and become more comfortable with "The Art of Interacting with Others."

What you learn:

  • Constantly Expand your Network of Useful Contacts.
  • Cultivate Relationships to Create Opportunities.
  • Best Use your Time to Build Beneficial Relationships.
  • Much More...

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Are you Well Connected? - Getting more from fewer connections | Gordon Curtis | Relationship Strategist | CURTIS CONSULTING

This document is the soft copy of the presentation by Gordon Curtis.

Are you well connected? is a loaded question. Many people think they are well connected based on their number of connections, friends, and links. Which is true? - "whoever dies with the most connections wins" Or, "whoever dies with fewer mutually beneficial connections wins".

What is the best way to measure connectedness? The ultimate measure of social networking success is the ratio between the number of approaches for help and the number of desired results. Sadly, for most people it is upwards of 20:1 when it could be closer to 1:1.

In this webinar we will explore and answer these questions through the lens of Gordon Curtis' book Well Connected, An Unconventional Approach to Building Genuine Effective Business Relationships. Well Connected's "Right Person Right Approach Methodolgy" enables us to turn on- and off-line social networking quantity into quality and predictable business and career success. Avoiding the false sense of security from volume social networking, Gordon will share keys for defining your needs, determining who can fill them, and knowing how to motivate others to help you succeed.

What will you learn?

  • Why the person with the most connections does not win
  • How to give and get more networking value with less time and energy
  • How to clarify and articulate your needs so people know how to help
  • How to identify the 1 in 100 Critical Enabler (CE) able and inclined to help
  • How to approach CEs motivativating them to help you more than others
  • How to get excited about effective networking
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Mastering the Language of Influence | Hawa Charfaray | CEO | Training Excellence

This document is the soft copy of the presentation by Hawa Charfaray.

Can you imagine Business profits increasing by 10-30%? That is what companies are able to immediately experience by avoiding bad hires and improving hiring decisions.

A Short program packed with practical real world applications for leaders who need to predict and influence behavior in a team to succeed.

Working towards achieving a leap in communication. Imagine what you could accomplish by identifying what motivational triggers a colleague, new recruit, potential employee, subordinate or client's motivation can have on the success within your Business.

What will you learn?

  • Understanding people and influencing them with the language you use for maximum impact.
  • Establish a deep level of rapport and communicate effectively with anyone.
  • Using powerful language in the interview process to ENSURE you hire people who are motivated to perform thereby avoiding the huge costs on "Bad Hires".
  • Dramatically improve results in negotiations within the work context

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Use LinkedIn to make decision-makers fall in love with you | Fatemah Mirza |Head Writer/FounderCareerTuners

This document is the soft copy of the presentation by Fatemah Mirza.

You can either waste your time trying to get LinkedIn to work for you, or you can use a few shortcuts that will help you find and collaborate with your target audience faster. Before you initiate conversations on LinkedIn, however, your LinkedIn profile has to command authority and credibility for you.

In this webinar, Fatemah Mirza CERM, CARW will guide you through key "friction" points that stop most people from harnessing LinkedIn's full potential. She will then show you how you can use LinkedIn to draw attention to your strengths and provide value to those in your network and beyond.

What will you learn?

  • Leverage LinkedIn's features to find, engage with, and collaborate with your target audience.
  • Stop your LinkedIn profile from turning away your target audience.
  • Build authority and credibility using LinkedIn.

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Secrets to High-Impact Executive Presentations | Steve Lowell | International Speaker and Mentor to Professional Speakers | Lowell Workshops

This document is the soft copy of the presentation by Steve Lowell.

In a world where anyone can create a presentation using simple tools like Powerpoint, so many presenters and executive speakers have become dependant on such tools, and believe that they are creating impactful presentations.

Business presentations and sales presentations have become nothing more than long, dull sequences of text-based slides accompanied by the hypnotic, monotone accompaniment of an untrained speaker.

But your next business presentation can stand out! You can deliver high-impact, influential and powerful business and sales presentations simply by understanding the dynamics of audience engagement and applying a few simple techniques.

Discover the secrets to creating and delivering presentations that will captivate, influence and inspire your audience!

What will you learn?

  • Why text-based slides will damage your presentation, and your reputation!
  • How to engage and keep your audience's attention throughout your entire presentation.
  • A business presentation template that will make it easy for you to create influential presentations every time.
  • Simple techniques to help you prepare yourself for a masterful delivery.

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RECOGNIZING HUMAN POTENTIAL - Communicate, Influence & Inspire Results |
Bert Oliva Human Behavior Expert BOWAworld International

This document is the soft copy of the presentation by Bert Oliva.

Any great company in the world must instill a clear set of systems that allows for efficiency and completion of assignments. Bert will also present techniques on how to maintain consistency and enable leaders to condition their teams to build solid relationships that benefit the bottom line. The goal for any leader of a business is to build a successful team of leaders, who are committed to the organization.

What will you learn?

  • Create Loyalty & Foster Proactivity : Build a successful team of leaders who are committed to your organization.
  • Communicate to Increase Revenue : Enable your leaders to condition their teams to build relationships that benefit your organization's bottom line.
  • Effective Execution of Goals : Build consistency by setting priorities and structuring them to meet deadlines.

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How to Plan a Negotiation Meeting | Christine MORLET | President | French Professional Speakers Association


This document is the soft copy of the presentation by Christine MORLET.

In addition to arriving to an agreement, planning is one of the most important aspects of a negotiation meeting. Poor planning can result in allowing the other party to take more concessions than you were originally willing to give, which may result in unrealistic expectations of your company and the terms of future negotiations, as well as reduce your profitability.

The more time you dedicate to preparing and planning for a negotiation meeting, the better your final outcome.

The first webinar in the series "How do good negotiators get what they desire" will address a first topic such as:

"Six steps to be considered in PLANNING a negotiation"

Step 1: Conduct some research
Learn about the company and the individuals with whom you are negotiating.

Step 2: Know your objectives
In a negotiation meeting, your objective is the agreement you wish to achieve.

Step 3: Think about your strategy.
In your plan of action, determine the best way you can achieve your negotiation goals and outline the tactics you consider beneficial. 

Step 4: Assess the concessions, the service, item or term you are willing to give up or compromise.
Know about the non monetary value and cost of each concession you have and what it would cost you to adjust one. 

Step 5: Know the limit of your authority.
If applicable, talk to your supervisor or board of directors regarding aspects of the negotiation you can agree to or compromise without additional authorization. 

Step 6: Prepare a meeting agenda.
In the agenda, list the negotiation topics in the order you and the other party will consider them, and place time limits on each item, if necessary.

 What will you learn?

Identify factors that can determine the outcome of successful planning
Plan the right strategy for successful negotiations
Understand the principle of 'win-win' negotiations

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Executive Presence - What is it? How to get it? Why it matters! | Diane Darling | Professional Speaker, Published Author, Creative Entrepreneur | Diane Darling, Inc.
 
This document is the soft copy of the presentation by Diane Darling. Everyone likes the sound of it, but what is Executive Presence and how do you get it? It means that people pay attention to you when you speak ... and not just because they have to. And most importantly how to get people to act on the discussion.

Sounds simple but as George Bernard Shaw said, "The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has take place."

This webinar will address topics such as:

  • The role of Executive Presence in Leadership and Entrepreneurship
  • Ways to encourage people on your teams to get and use Executive Presence
  • Multi-cultural considerations
  • How to have both Executive Presence and also be approachable
  • Top mistakes people make


What will you learn?

  • How to have both Executive Presence and also be approachable
  • Ways to practice Executive Presence
  • Understanding the power of Executive Presence and how it saves time, energy, and conflict


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Communication Decisions  | Dr. Kamel Jedidi of Columbia University

Marketing is critical for the organic growth of a business. Its central role is in creating, communicating, capturing and sustaining value for the firm. Marketing contributes to value creation by understanding customer needs and developing innovative products and services that satisfy those needs better than competition. Marketing communicates the value created through a variety of channels as well as through the firm's branding strategy. Marketing captures part of the value created through effective management of customers and pricing. Finally, the firm sustains value creation over time by building an effective customer-centric organization. This module emphasizes the role of marketing in creating value for customers, which in turn leads to value capture for other stakeholders in a firm (e.g., owners, shareholders, employees).

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Stop Boring Your Audience: How To Develop and Deliver Powerful Business Presentations | Bill Connor President Oratorio Media and Presentation Training

The presentation is the soft copy of the webinar conducted by Bill Connor. The best public speakers in business and government understand the importance of combining memorable storytelling with well-designed, easy-to-understand visuals. And even though many executives and officials don't particularly enjoy public speaking, the good news is that these are teachable skills that can advance your organizations agendas and boost your careers. In this MILE webinar, Bill Connor of Washington D.C.'s Oratorio Media and Presentation Training talks about the essentials of creating and delivering persuasive presentations.

Key deliverables:   

• Learning a faster, easier method for developing your narrative 
• The importance of starting and ending strong 
• Conquering stage fright 
• Avoiding "Death By PowerPoint" 
• Handling difficult questions in the Q & A period

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Speech and Conflict | Dr. Sultan Abdulhameed of Stony Brook University

This presentation highlight the following main points conveyed by Al Quran Chapter 17 Verse 53  :
How inter-personal conflicts arise in a business or social environment and how to avoid them.
How to deal with people we perceive as doing something wrong.
What is the basis of self-sabotage and how to remedy it.

(Sura 17 Aya 53) “And say to My servants to speak only what is best: For Shaytan does sow dissension among them: for Shaytan is openly an enemy to people.”

All of us have been in situations where there is discord among people. It can be a family, a business, or in a mosque. Dissension begins when someone starts to speak ill of another. If the other responds in kind, bad feelings multiply.

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