How to write and deliver persuasive strategy presentations (especially on video)
Next Course: TBA 2021
A New APG Training Course specially adapted for lockdown.
This is a course that helps you harness the techniques of storytelling to create more persuasive presentations.
Persuasive presentations aren’t only about charismatic speakers and great chemistry.
They’re not even necessarily about logic and rational argument.
(Sadly, being right isn’t always enough to get your strategy bought).
This is especially the case now, when most of our interaction is over video. Selling your thinking is hard. It's difficult to generate chemistry. Decks that were once exhaustive are now just exhausting. Reading the room is… well – there is no room.
More than ever, we need to make our time in front of clients – or any other audience – count. This course will help you return to first principles to meet the unique challenges of remote presenting. It will show how to use your preparation time more effectively so you can create a connection with your audience that doesn't rely on bullet points and boxes. It will help you think more constructively about what you want to say and what your audience needs to hear.
By taking inspiration from the world of film, books, politics and business, you’ll learn how to underpin the presentation of your thinking with structure and meaning. You’ll learn how to make your audience lean in. You’ll focus on your argument, not aligning images. You'll learn the techniques to help you think and write your way to more impactful presentations.
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