Presentation Training to Engage Your Audience and Project Confidence
Everyone’s been there—sitting through another boring presentation with a weak and disengaged speaker, checking your phone, counting down the minutes until you can go home.
But what happens when the shoe is on the other foot? When you’re the one pitching an idea, leading a conference call, or just making conversation, do you hold people’s attention or put them to sleep? Do you project confidence? Professionalism? Authority?
In other words, are you a speaker you’d listen to? If you can’t answer with a confident “yes,” EMS Communications is here to help.
Whether your goal is to improve a team’s communication skills with customized workshops, build your core speaking skills at a two-day public “SELL It, Don’t TELL It” workshop, or set your sights on long-term success with personalized executive coaching, EMS delivers personal and professional development that is engaging, eye-opening, and guaranteed to produce incredible results.
Everyone else is just as tired of boring speakers as you are. That’s why EMS is ridding the world of boring presentations—one speaker at a time.
Recent Blog Posts
We’ve been working recently with a number of individuals who tell us they are more likely to give a presentation while seated around a conference table rather than standing. When participating in our seminars, they ask: how is it different to present from a seated position?May 17, 2018
In many of our workshops, we include a “Controlling Q&A” exercise that allows our clients to practice facilitating this critical part of a presentation.April 26, 2018
A character from a literary classic helps clarify why so many speakers struggle to engage their audiences—because they insist on using aloof-sounding voices that seem inauthentic and overly presentational. Take it from the pages of J.D. Salinger: just be yourself.April 23, 2018
What’s the most important thing to do after wrapping up a successful project or campaign with a client? Let them know, as directly as possible, that you’d like to continue your work for them. Here a few thoughts on how to plan your approach.April 19, 2018