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 caught some of the Golden Globe Awards show earlier this month—we don’t watch to see who is wearing whom, but to see what the award recipients have to say in their short moments on stage. These can be important speeches—one year ago, Oprah delivered an acceptance speech so powerful that people began talking about her as a possible presidential candidate.
This year, our favorite speech came from Carol Burnett, a TV legend who became the first to receive a lifetime achievement award for television, an award that will be henceforth known as the Carol Burnett Award.January 18, 2019
When President George H.W. Bush passed away earlier this month, we were treated to many stories and memories about his long life. One tribute that stood out for us was the eulogy delivered at the State funeral in Washington D.C. by Bush’s close friend, former Senator Alan Simpson.December 20, 2018
2018 was a great year for presentations, and we want to highlight some of the best speakers we saw and wrote about over the past 12 months. We tended to notice speakers who brought emotion and authenticity to their presentations, as well as great stories and great passion. Here are some of our favorites – click the titles to view the speeches.December 20, 2018
As long as we’re entering the festive holiday season, let’s talk a bit about the idea of FUN. It’s OK to have some fun when delivering presentations. While we hereby grant you permission to have fun anytime, consider the holiday season as prime time to lighten up in front of your audience.November 28, 2018