Learn 5 surprising facts to take your presentation to the next level at my free interactive webinars (and/or my CBABC presentation)
Want to feel competent and be recognized for your expertise? Want to make sure your audience remembers the key information at your informative presentations? Want to learn some surprising facts from brain science on how people learn and remember?
At Memorable Presenter Consulting, I specialize in helping detail-oriented people including lawyers, accountants, engineers, and others connect with their audiences to deliver effective, informative, and memorable presentations.
I have two free 30-minute webinars in February 2021. Whichever webinar you choose, you will learn
- Five surprising facts based on brain science about how people learn and remember
- The brain science behind the surprising facts I share
- Tools to use so your audience will remember your key information
Join me at one of the following webinars entitled “Learn Five Surprising Facts to Transform your Presentations”:
3:30pm (Pacific time) on February 8 – https://5-surprising-facts-2021-02-08.eventbrite.com
8am (Pacific time) on February 18 – https://5-surprising-facts-2021-02-18.eventbrite.com
I am also excited that I will be doing a one-hour presentation for the CBABC General Practice, Solo & Small Firm – Lower Mainland Section on February 22, 2021 at 4:30pm called How to Make Your Presentations Memorable. This presentation will focus on how to organize your speech to be memorable, how to enhance your presentation with slides, and how to present effectively online. You can find more information and register for the CBABC session here: https://www.cbapd.org/details_en.aspx?id=BC_BC21GPV02R
As a retired transactional lawyer and a Toastmaster for almost 20 years, I have attended numerous public speaking training sessions and reviewed research into the brain science behind learning and memory. I have developed my own easy-to-follow method for developing and delivering informative and memorable presentations.
I hope to see you at one of my February presentations.