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It’s Time to Present Yourself!

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After spending a few months traveling throughout California to interact with clients one-on-one, our team is back in San Diego and ready to go! If you need help with a presentation (whether it be for work or school, in front of one person or thousands), marketing material (digital or hard copy), or a resume to present yourself to a potential employer, we can help!

Contact Jillian Bruni, MBA at jillian@lmrcenter.com today.

Presentation Skills Coaching San Diego 20% Discount – Don’t Wait, Sign-up by December 19!

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Don’t let this great deal for Presentation Skills Coaching in San Diego pass you by!

It’s time to get over your fears! The Law & Management Resource Center can help you become a more professional and confident presenter. Our presentation skills coaching can help you look and feel more confident in any situation, whether your audience is small or large. It’s not only helpful for traditional public speaking engagements, but also for interviews, meetings, marketing and sales pitches, even social engagements. There will be countless times in your life when our presentation skills coaching can come in handy, don’t miss out!

All coaching is provided by a highly educated, qualified, and experienced MBA consultant who has received numerous accolades for both presentations and presentation coaching.

Coaching services include:
  • evaluation and coaching of public speaking;
  • creation or review of written and visual aids (e.g., PowerPoint slides); and
  • development and evaluation of mock (practice) presentations.

Coaching can be provided as part of a comprehensive plan or on individual projects. Normally, coaching starts at as little as $149.99 per hour, but if you enroll by December 19, 2014, you will receive a 20% discount! That means you can receive presentation skills coaching for as little as $119.99!

In addition, if you enroll by December 19, 2014, you can choose to also receive our step-by-step Presentation Skills: An Essential Guide to Public Speaking for only an additional $19.95! This 12 step guide includes helpful information, 32 examples, techniques, and quick tips. It’s a great tool for anyone to use both for preparation in advance of a presentation and as a quick reference right before a presentation or sales pitch. This guide is especially perfect for supervisors, managers, and anyone in marketing and sales.

For more information and to enroll, email Jillian Bruni, MBA at jillian@lmrcenter.com or call 858-753-1775. Don’t wait, take advantage of this special offer!

10 Tips to Presenting in a Professional and Confident Manner

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Presentation Skills – 10 Tips to Presenting in a Professional and Confident Manner

  1. Don’t be afraid to improvise! It can be very difficult to memorize your information and could actually throw you off and disrupt your train of thought. There are several fun improvisation games you can do to practice;
  2. If you forget something, unless it’s critical, just move on! Chances are, nobody but you will know you missed anything;
  3. Keep your shoulders back and your head up so you can look ahead both while you walk to your spot and while you present. If you start out exuding confidence, your audience will think you’re an “expert” before you even speak;
  4. Don’t write out your speech or bring notes with you. If you do, you will rely on them when you likely don’t need to. Remember, you’re the presenter, you know what you’re talking about and more importantly, you’re the only one who knows your speech;
  5. If you can use visuals (e.g., PowerPoint) do so. It will give your audience something to look at besides you, making you feel more comfortable and will also keep your audience engaged;
  6. Display key points, relevant images, and labeled graphs rather than large amounts of text that are hard to read and distract from you;
  7. Establish a comfortable relationship with your audience right from the start with a simple greeting, including your name;
  8. Divide your audience into thirds and give each section equal attention;
  9. Don’t use movement for emphasis! Pacing can distract your audience but if you’re giving a long presentation, movement can help keep your audience engaged. Divide your presentation into three to four key parts and move on transitions in between topics; and
  10. If an audience member asks you a question that you can’t figure out how to answer, simply say you’re not sure and will look into it. If you don’t know the answer, chances are that most people, maybe even nobody there, does. Don’t let audience interruptions side track you or throw you off, just move on quickly.

The Law & Management Resource Center provides presentation skills coaching and review that can be customized for your needs. Presentation skills coaching helps business professionals become more confident and effective in communicating information. Mock presentations can be created and evaluated. Written and visual aids (e.g., PowerPoint slides) can be developed or reviewed for effectiveness as part of a coaching plan or individually as separate project work.

For more information about our presentation skills coaching and review service and to receive more tips on how to present in a professional and confident manner, please visit us https://lmrcenter.com and contact us at https://lmrcenter.com/Contact.html. 

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