Deborah Boswell works with some of the nation’s top companies, helping executives and emerging leaders project confidence and credibility to any audience. These clients understand how business presentation skill makes a positive impact on earning ability and the company’s bottom line.
Solid speech training and presentation training can give you the skills to:
- Grab your audience with the first words that come out of your mouth
- Overcome fear and shyness about business presentations
- Sell more products and services through powerful presentations
- Conduct powerful meetings that get results
- Listen effectively
- Present technical information clearly, concisely and persuasively
- Master voice projection, articulation, pace, body language, eye contact and gestures
- Use audience involvement techniques to identify and handle questions
Presentation skills workshops are delivered according to the client’s need in a variety of customized formats. These include two-day and half-day seminars and one-on-one coaching. Deborah has also produced a DVD training course, TECHNICALLY SPEAKING: PRESENTATION SKILLS FOR ENGINEERS & TECHNICAL PROFESSIONALS. This is a compressed version of her two-day course and provides CEUs through Auburn University’s Samuel Ginn College of Engineering.
While Deborah provides customized presentation skills workshops and trains professionals in all fields, she has extensive experience in the engineering, high-tech, banking, medical, financial and insurance sectors. After taking Deborah’s presentation training, professionals will be able to:
- Identify the key components of a powerful presentation
- Understand the value of utilizing stories and analogies in a technical presentation
- Explain the physiological and perceptual factors involved in producing a strong and interesting speaking voice
- List the specific tools required for communicating specific information to virtually any audience
- Utilize a three-step process for handling questions from the audience
- Differentiate between effective and ineffective use of visuals in a presentation
Contact Deborah today to discuss your need for presentation skills workshops.