Thursday, September 15, 2011
How to Develop and Deliver Programs that Engage Your Audiences and Produce Results!
Join me on October 5, 2011, in the Bellevue area for Train-the-Trainer: How to Develop and Deliver Programs that Engage Your Audiences and Produce Results! Call Jan at 206.328.0080 for more information or email Jan@YourCommunicationConnection.com (Just copy this lo-o-o-o-ng email address and drop it in the To: line or click my name to the right, then click Email under Contact.
Who should attend?
Anyone who wants to engage their audiences when they deliver programs will pick up all kinds of great ideas during this workshop. In-house trainers who create curriculum, facilitate training sessions and design or lead webinars, eCourses or teleseminars will take away ideas they can put to use immediately.
Lots of feedback
Participants will have a number of opportunities to make short presentations and receive feedback from both the trainer and the other participants.
Terrific take aways
Besides all kinds of keepers, participants will receive a complete 29-page workbook and suggestions for finding more material online and in reference material.
After the course, participants will be able to:
• Design a training that meets the needs of participants
• Apply the principles of adult learning to make sure their key points stick
• Structure a presentation that is compelling and easy to follow
• Reinforce their training programs with appropriate visuals, props and activities
• Project a confident, professional delivery style that engages their audience
• Handle questions comfortably and effectively and deal with confrontation
Here’s what past participants have said:
“Thanks, Jan! I really enjoyed your workshop and learned a lot. It was nice to be with such a supportive audience while performing something where I felt so nervous, anxious and uncomfortable. Every mini-presentation seemed a little easier as the day went on with all the helpful information and feedback I received. Great class!”
“Jan is one of the best presenters we have ever brought in for this sort of training. She is clearly an expert in her field and is also very passionate about what she does. She found a way to deliver feedback (even when not necessarily positive) in a non-threatening but constructive way. I actually know I will utilize many of the lessons she taught me today in my everyday life.”
Be sure to be there!