How to Make Presenting Easy and Effective, Even at the Last Minute!
The SPC and the Society of Women Environmental Professionals (SWEP) are partnering to bring you this workshop.
This workshop will show you how to create a clear and powerful presentation even if you don’t have much time to prepare. The tools and techniques covered will simplify the speech creation process and allow you to prioritize what’s important.
The process for creating a speech is the same, whether you have 1 month or 1 hour! Once you understand it, you will be able to use it effectively, no matter how much time you have.
Attend this workshop to learn:
- The 5 stages to creating a presentation and what to focus on first
- 3 key ideas to eliminate fear and present with confidence
- The essential tool for creating and delivering any presentation
- Important dos and don’ts of slides
- The most powerful way to connect with your audience
By the end of this session, you will know how to make your presentations clearer and more compelling. This will benefit both your audiences (who will understand and remember more) and you (because you will find presenting much easier).
About our Speaker
Stuart Pink, originally from England, now residing in Massachusetts, is an accomplished speech coach and public speaking expert. He takes a tailored approach to coaching, helping individuals develop general and specific speaking skills, including content, delivery, storytelling, and humor. By honing in on his speech creation process, he came 3rd in the 2012 Toastmasters World Championship of Public Speaking and is a 6-time District International Speech Contest Champion. He is President of the National Speakers Association, New England Chapter.
Stuart has coached executives, TEDx speakers, professionals (including professional speakers), founders, and school debate teams. With a background in law and education, he can leverage his extensive experience to focus on his life’s work and passion. Stuart's mission is to make public speaking a fun and rewarding experience for both speakers and audiences. He shares his expertise through keynote speeches and workshops. His has written two books, Last Minute Speaking – A Survival Toolkit, and Brainarium: Exercise Your Creativity. More information can be found on his website, lastminutespeaking.com.