How to Move Clients to “Yes!” in Your Presentations

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Learn to overcome nerves and move your clients to the “Yes” stage!

  • Understand what causes nervousness before a presentation.

  • Create a presentation where your ideas are easy to understand (and agree with).

  • Discover when to create client questions and how to engage them throughout your presentation.




The key during major presentations is to shake nerves and engage your clients - so why is it so difficult? This course will explore how to give better presentations that are more likely to sell your ideas.

What Will You Learn

  • How to calm presentation nerves

  • How to engage your clients

  • When to take client questions

  • How to present in a memorable way

  • How to inspire your clients to take action

Who Should Attend

  • New Business Professionals

  • Account Managers


  • 60 minutes

Course Description

Nearly everyone gets the jitters when it’s time to present. And it’s true that the minute you stand up to talk, clients start deciding what they think of your ideas. So it’s important that you grab their confidence from your very first word. You do that both in the way you organize your content, and in the way you use your voice, eye contact and gestures to leave them with the impression you intend to make. In this course — designed expressly for ad agencies — you’ll learn how to come across as not being nervous, and how to engage your clients during your presentation. The more your presentation feels like a conversation, the more convincing it will be.

About the Thought Leader

Sheila-Campbell Sheila Campbell is president of Wild Blue Yonder, a consulting firm based in Washington, DC. She conducts training sessions on managing client relationships, leading integrated accounts, presentation skills, creative thinking, and leadership issues for agencies across the country. Before starting Wild Blue Yonder, Sheila spent her career in account management and agency ownership. 

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