Presentation training for a key presentation – working with you and your colleagues for half a day on the delivery of a planned forthcoming key presentation. The presentation could be:
- a sales pitch to a potential new client or an existing client you are seeking additional business from
- a presentation to potential or existing investors
- presenting your company’s plans to its staff
- a presentation about your business at a business or networking event.
The session is designed to run for three hours with additional time available as required.
Your investment : £440 +vat
(Travel costs may apply depending on location)
To fix up a no obligation meeting please call me, Trevor Lee, on 07785 390717 or email me via email@example.com
Check out my full range of presentation and sales pitch training programmes: Deliver Awesome Presentations 2018
So why hire Trevor Lee ?
I will bring to you, your business and your colleagues over 30 years of presentation experience and expertise as well as an entrepreneurial mindset, business insight and excellent communication skills.
I will help you and your colleagues enhance your presentation skills so that you are an engaging and confident presenter and speaker.
You will enjoy working with me.
Here are some comments from those who have benefited from my presentation skills coaching :
“Thank you for all your help with developing a new presentation to be used when introducing our services to potential clients. We have already trialled it and got some great comments, it was a real talking point which broke the ice and made for a successful meeting.
Your thoughts and input really shook up our business development approach, beyond just the presentation. It came at a perfect time when we were focusing on reaching out to a new sector of the market and we have had some very promising results.”
Lisa Pascoe – TRAC Services
“Trevor immediately puts you at ease at his easy to follow presentation skills workshop, he pinpoints everything that you might be worried about and makes you see things from the audience perspective so that you can picture yourself actually giving the speech and being able to dismiss your worries to give a confident presentation.”
Alison Elvey – Robinson Reed Layton