For the past fifteen years I've had to plan, design and deliver hundreds of presentations in companies like General Electric and Johnson & Johnson.
Long time ago I realized that giving presentations provided me with a unique opportunity to showcase myself and I could use it to my benefit to advance my career. Why? Because when you present the entire audience is focused on YOU. And a bad presentation can really damage your reputation.
I've researched multiple authors on the topic of presentations like Garr Reynolds, Nancy Duarte, Guy Kawasaki, Edward Tufte and many others. In this course I've packaged what I learned along with my practical experience on what works and what doesn't work.
I'm a graduate of The University of Michigan Business School. I work frequently with VPs, Directors, Managers and Associates and have an appreciation for the common pressures and concerns associated with business presentations.