Andrew J. Holmes said, “…The entire population of the universe, with one trifling exception, is composed of others”. There is a lot of truth to this and I’m sure you can tell :-). We live in an interdependent world and no one, no matter how rich and skilled he is, achieves anything great alone. We need teams, supporters, champions. And to do that we must communicate our ideas, vision and plans get the people we need in our corner. Public speaking, though feared by many, is one of the best and most powerful way to do this. You can persuade, inform and rally people around a worthy cause.
Join us on Thursday, November 29th at 9:00 pm EST to learn tips on how to improve your public speaking and presentation skills.
We will cover:
- The importance of good communication and how to improve those skills
- How to manage anxiety during a presentation or speech
- How to use more effective body language, eye contact and facial expressions
About the Presenter
Zach Williams studied acting as an undergraduate, worked with various professional theaters and then spent several years in Los Angeles as a working actor. His skills come from three different professional experiences: an actor, a sales manager, and a finance professional. Acting skills such as vocal projection, use of body language, and subtle emotional expression are all vital parts of effective presentations.
During the later years of his acting career, Zach worked as a sales manager. In this role, he taught dozens of employees to use presentation skills to be successful in their careers. Eventually, Zach left his acting career behind to obtain his MBA from the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University after which he worked in asset management. He started his business, The Art of Presentation Consulting Company, on the premise that presentation consulting will only be effective if the consultant understands the subtleties and nuances of the client’s working environment.
You can learn more about Zach by visiting his website at http://www.