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
Congressman Tim Ryan from Ohio’s 13th District is one of many running for president on the Democratic ticket. If you haven’t heard of him, you can probably join a very large club; and we’ll certainly forgive you if you didn’t realize he was running.May 29, 2019
When we work with groups of presenters, one thing we always emphasize is the importance of being well prepared. If possible, practice in the space you’ll be in, using the same microphone, and running your slides on the equipment you’ll be using.May 29, 2019
This month we’re sharing our responses to letters we’ve received in recent months asking for our opinion on a variety of issues, a feature which we call “Hey EMS!” Here are a few more of those letters, along with our comments…April 26, 2019
Even though no one will cast a single vote until next winter, campaign season is already blooming faster than spring flowers. We at EMS Communications always get interesting letters asking for our opinions on issues related to communication and leadership, and this month we’ll be sharing our responses to letters received from a very specific group of people. It’s a recurring feature we call “Hey EMS!”April 18, 2019