How to Effectively Present Yourself in Business

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Don’t let presenting yourself become a point of stress!

  • Learn to communicate both clearly and concisely.

  • Understand how to read a room.

  • Discover how you can tailor your message depending on who you’re speaking with for the best results possible.



It’s never too early in your agency career to learn to become an excellent presenter!  

What Will You Learn

  • How to communicate your message clearly and concisely

  • How to read an audience

  • How to tailor your message

Who Should Attend

  • First-time agency employees

  • Entry-level talent/interns

  • Anyone who wants to be an effective presenter


  • 60 minutes

Course Description

Being an excellent presenter can make a difference in how you’re perceived by your agency team and clients, so understanding the basics is critical. Whether you need to present an idea in a group meeting, or “present” a competitive alert or status report to a team member, this beginner course provides the building blocks of presentation finesse. It aims to move you from nervous to polished presenter by giving you tips, techniques and practices to build confidence and lasting ability to address content, verbal and non-verbal techniques.

About the Thought Leader

  Melissa Schulz is a senior consultant at GrayWolf Consulting. She spent most of her 24+ year career working in account management at advertising agencies on a wide range of products and services. In 2014 she started consulting for individuals and companies on all things related to branding/marketing and training/development. Melissa joined Gray Wolf Consulting as a senior consultant in 2015 to follow her passion of leadership development. She currently works with various agencies in NYC and beyond.

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