How brilliant was your presentation?
In this episode of the Better Presentations More Sales podcast Trevor explores why we would describe a presentation as being ‘brilliant’ – especially when in reality it’s ok.
Why do we focus on how brilliant was your presentation
Is it because we want to motivate the presenter?
Is it because we don’t want to appear critical?
Trevor talked about an occasion when he was invited to deliver session about delivering presentations to a group of businesses and before it was his turn members of the organisation had delivered short presentations each of which have been described by the compere as brilliant.
The same applies when business leaders deliver presentations. Most of the time they are far from brilliant but I want is often prepared to tell them that.
But unless of course that happens businesses go on enduring presentations from their leaders which frankly could be a lot better.
So Trevor is looking for a leadership coach to come on the podcast and explain how they tell the business leader that their presentations could be a lot better, and then how they go about helping them improve. If that is you or you know someone it could be please contact Trevor via: email@example.com
Trevor also mentions the ‘five tips to transform your business presentations ‘which he is running as a 25 minute webinar on Tuesday, February 6th at both 9.30am GMT and 4.30pm GMT.
To book places follow this link to Trevor’s website: https://www.trevorjlee.com/presentation-and-sales-tips-webinars/
The ‘7 Steps to Successful Presentations’ online course is now live and listeners are being offered an opportunity to take part in the course at a 50% discount. Use the code 7steps50 at the checkout.
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