Who doesn’t want to deliver powerful presentations? Clearly, it’s easier said than done. How do you engage an audience? How do you explain your ideas? You might even have a presentation to an important customer or to your company executives around the corner. How do you make it impactful? How do you engage your audience? A great presentation is not just about pretty slides. It's about telling a compelling story.
Nathan Gold addressed an excited crowd on how to engage the audience whether you are in a startup or a large company, whether you are an engineer or a product manager. He talked about how everyone needs to know how to tell better stories about products, about companies and most importantly about ourselves.
➤ Great Leaders talk about "why" first instead of "what ➤ The first 10 1-15 secs of your story is when people decide if they want to hear the rest of it ➤ Your story starts much sooner than you think ➤ Your voice is a very important part of storytelling ➤ First thing everybody wants to know is that you will not waste their time
About The Speaker
The Demo Coach, San Francisco Bay Area
Nathan travels the world coaching and training people on how to really prepare for high-stakes presentations. He has personally delivered over 15,000 presentations and 10,000 hours of professional training and coaching. Nathan has worked with small and large companies like Education.com, SanDisk, Kaiser Permanente, IBM on designing, scripting and delivering compelling product presentations and demos, especially in situations where you can't afford to miss.
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