Presentation Skills That Sell You and Your Ideas
Speaker: Danielle Turcola, President, Professionalism International Inc.
Danielle Turcola, President, Professionalism International Inc.
Track: Individual Development
Presentation: Presentation Skills That Sell You and Your Ideas
Time: Oct. 18, 2:45 p.m.
Danielle Turcola is a professional development trainer and coach to professionals from various backgrounds. Her firm focuses on business presence development, nonverbal elements customers scrutinize, professional/casual dress, office conduct and communications, dining and business entertaining, and global finesse. Danielle Turcola has presented at the National Environmental Balancing Bureau annual conference and for the Ohio Society of Professional Engineers.
Take the fear out of speaking in one quick session. Professional speaker Danielle Turcola will share secrets professional speakers use when addressing groups of 2 to 2000 people. These techniques work for anyone delivering a conference speech, or promoting or selling a product, service, or idea.
1. Attendees will learn how to win an audience in the first minute.
2. The audience will come away with techniques to keep the audience engaged throughout a presentation.
3. Attendees will learn which activities make your message memorable with long-lasting results.
4. Engineers will learn which nonverbal elements override their message and sabotage their credibility and effectiveness.
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