We've all been there and endured it; the list of personal qualifications which the speaker takes 10 minutes to wade through, the corporate PowerPoint slides riddled with bullet points, the droning voice which never changes in intensity, pace or tone! This webinar was held on 22 September 2020.
- Do you remember anything from those talks? (other than being bored)
- Did you take meaningful action because of something the speaker said?
- Did you learn anything new?
Whether you're speaking live in person, or online via Zoom, your ability to engage the people you’re reaching out to will determine whether or not your audience takes the action you want them to.
In this webinar, we examined the key skills underpinning quality content and delivery, including what to do and what NOT to do.
Anyone can be a brilliant speaker - anyone can captivate - anyone can hold the room ... you just need to learn HOW, then put what you learn into practise.
Andrew Pain is a TEDx speaker, productivity coach, blogger and campaigner. He serves people from all walks of life, including, the long term unemployed, ex-offenders, entrepreneurs, students and business leaders, helping them to take control of their time, so they achieve truly epic goals, but without sacrificing their most precious things. Clients to date include; NHS, Compassion UK, RoSPA, Youth Offending Service and a range of schools, colleges and small/mid-sized businesses.
Andrew has very kindly allowed his presented material to be made available for viewing. The slides on Slideshare and the webinar recording on YouTube is now available in our APM resources area and also embedded below for reference.
This event is suitable for professionals with any level of experience.
This webinar has been organised for the APM Emerging Professionals Network, but is open to all.
The Emerging Professionals Network is a community for like-minded people who are thinking about, or have recently started, a career in project management. Our events are interactive and offer a way to learn more about the profession and discuss the most exciting and topical areas right now.
APM Body of Knowledge 7th edition reference
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