Project Management

Project HEADWAY: Presenting to Executive Audiences

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If there is a fear that ranks above the fear of speaking in public, it would be the fear of speaking in public to executives.

Few presentations are quite so high-stakes as presenting to an executive audiences. Careers can be made—or undermined—in a 20-minute presentation. If you actually get that long. Presenting are a great opportunity to make a good impression on executives. They are also a great opportunity not to make a good impression.

Presenting to executive audiences seems to involve an impossible formula that borders on alchemy. Get to the point. Keep them engaged. Keep it simple. Give them the detail that they want. Don’t have too much detail. Be clear about what you are asking for. Ask them for only what you need. Figuring out how to weave these ingredients together to create a presentation 
that delivers on the magic may seem challenging. It doesn’t have to be.

In this presentation, Mark Mullaly gets to the heart of what works in speaking effectively to an executive audience. He provides strategies, insights and guidance to craft your message, deliver it well, and be as prepared as possible when you walk through that boardroom door.

If you have to present to executives—and who amongst us does not?—and strive to do it with confidence and grace, this is a webinar that you won’t want to miss.

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