Great Neck, NY (PRWEB) January 9, 2006
Ask a fellow employee if they enjoy public speaking and most will tell you it’s not high on their list. And yet, how you present to a single sales prospect or an audience of employees can sometimes make the difference between more or less income and productivity.
But help is on the way. Whether you are a businessperson, teacher, or a member of a community organization, you can take steps to improve your presentations skills by visiting http://www.betterbusinesspresentations.com.
There, you’ll find free tools to improve your presentation skills including links to other sites with valuable “how to” information including:
3.Winning Over An Audience
4.Effectively using visual aids
Bob Lipp, president of BBP, has long recognized the importance of effective business communications and the need to organize for, adapt to, and dialogue with an audience. His ROAD (Remember to Organize, Adapt and Dialogue) platform recognizes that communicating is all about what the audience hears. With that in mind effective speakers need to gain the audience’s attention and clearly present themselves, in order to increase message retention.
In addition to his work coaching sales presenters, he has taught Public Speaking at The Ohio State University, where he also consulted on oral presentation at Proctor & Gamble. “Everyone claims to communicate, but for most businesspeople that means talking on a cell phone or emailing,” says Lipp. “That may be OK for following up or checking in, but there’s a big difference between making an effective sales presentation that can win a new account and simply leaving a message.”
About Better Business Presentations
Better Business Presentations (http://www.betterbusinesspresentations.com), offers one-on-one and group coaching to support effective business communications. The web site provides free information and a portal into other non-affiliated sites which are also deemed to offer valuable information to the business presenter.
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