Whether it’s a keynote speech or a simple company announcement, the writing is just as important as the delivery, especially if you’ve entrusted the writing itself to an associate.
I’ll show you how to take someone else’s words and make them yours by answering age-old questions (Should I write it all out, or just use bullet points? Are index cards the way to go? How long is too long?) to help you synthesize your message and deliver a winning speech every time.
Power points are often the low point in a presentation, but they don’t have to be.
Learn the strategies used by the best graphics departments in broadcast television to make your slides accentuate your speech, leaving your audience buzzing about your visual aids in addition to what you say.