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Dale Carnegie Training

Present Complex Information

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Description

We would all like to be understood when making presentations. Often, we make critical mistakes by not considering our topic from the audience’s point of view. As professionals, we make assumptions about their level of understanding on a topic, and then fail to communicate in a way that achieves our desired result.

In this interactive, one-hour webinar, you will focus on how to better present on topics you know well but your audience considers complex or full of new information. The key is to plan out the best approach for listeners so that they can more easily receive the information. Sequencing information in a logical way and in manageable chunks helps them stay engaged, and analogies can be a critical tool for connecting with what your audience already understands. You’ll walk away with other best practices for support materials, visuals, and presentation delivery that will help you plan for your next presentation.

This webinar will help you:

  • Identify ways to simplify material to reach all listeners
  • Leverage the power of analogies to explain complex information
  • Use 20+ best practices to plan your next presentation

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You will be able to:

Use a proven structure to effectively present complex information. Identify ways to simplify material to reach all listeners. Leverage the power of analogies to explain complex information. Use 20+ best practices to plan your next presentation.

Who should attend

Anyone who needs to influence, persuade, or energize others through their presentations.

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