Structuring a Presentation that Informs, Engages and Sells | Workshop

Structure your presentation to speak to your listeners’ heads, hearts and guts, no matter the topic, and get to the point without getting lost.

A presentation without order and structure will confuse the audience – no matter how engaging and charismatic the speaker is.

This session helps participants create and develop a clear, concise and concrete message by focusing on bringing a balance of ethos (credibility), pathos (emotion), and logos (logic) to their work. Participants will take away a variety of structural approaches they can apply depending on the audience and the goal of the presentation. Content will include the importance of framing a presentation, powerful introductions and closings, use of data and statistics, and more.


Group Size

  • Up to 10 for workshop plus individual coaching; Up to 30 for workshop only

Duration

  • One half day of instruction
  • One half day of practice and coaching

What You Will Learn

  • Balancing ethos, pathos and logos in a presentation
  • Identifying the affective, behavioral and cognitive goals of a presentation
  • Providing a clear roadmap and objective for the presentation
  • Creating a powerful opening, conclusion and close
  • Presenting complex information in an easy to understand manner
  • Adapting one presentation for multiple audiences
  • Preparing for Q&A
  • How to use a simple PREP framework when you have no time to prepare

Want To Learn More / Purchase This Workshop?

  • If you’re interested in purchasing this workshop for your agency, please complete this request form and someone from the 4A’s Learning & Development Team will schedule an intro call to discuss your needs and confirm pricing

Note about pricing: No out-of-pocket expenses (such as meals, travel, hotel, printed materials, facility space if required, etc.) are included in the workshop fee. Those costs will be billed by the facilitator to agency separately.


About Deborah Grayson Riegel

Deborah Grayson Riegel, MSW, PCC, CEO & Chief Communication Coach of Talk Support is an internationally recognized expert in presentation and interpersonal communication skills. She teaches Management Communication at Wharton Business School and at The Beijing International MBA Program at Peking Universit and is a credentialed coach with the International Coach Federation (ICF). Deborah has coached and trained teams and professionals from: American Express; Dell; FCB; Monster Worldwide, Kraft, NASDAQ, Pfizer, Toyota and the United States Army. She is a cited expert and contributor for the New York Times, Harvard Business Review, Forbes, Fast Company, The Huffington Post, Inc., Psychology Today,Bloomberg Business Week, and American Express OPEN Small Business Forum. Deborah is the author of Oy Vey! Isn’t a Strategy: 25 Solutions for Personal and Professional Success, Money Talks: 100 Strategies to Master Tricky Conversations about Money and Tips of the Tongue: The Nonnative English Speaker’s Guide to Mastering Public Speaking. Deborah holds a BA in Psychology from the University of Michigan Ann Arbor and earned her Master’s Degree in Social Work from Columbia University, supporting herself through school by performing stand-up and improvisational comedy.