Across Alabama and in every organization and business there are individuals working on both goals and objectives. Convincing people with both message and purpose is very important for today’s leadership and without it, nothing happens. Critical skills like persuasion, selling, energizing, and networking are all part of the way individuals present and exchange information and ideas.
Dale Carnegie Training is now offering a two day session filled with practice, presentation, public speaking and evaluation. High Impact Presentations is a presentation skills training seminar geared to businesses and organizations that want to improve on both credibility and content.
The session starts on Thursday May 30, 2013 in Birmingham in our offices located at 2125 Data Office Drive, Suite 109, and you can also call 205 444 5011 for event details.
The class is driven by true Dale Carnegie principles and strategies for self-confidence and how to positively influence others will make for better leaders and managers in this still growing economy. You will learn practical and valuable ways to support all the important people in your personal and professional life: friends, clients, customers, associates and employers. You will learn to improve in the following five areas:
- Expressing message
- Situational response
- Inspiring change
“The ability to conquer nervousness and speak with self- confidence is not difficult to acquire. It is not a gift bestowed by Providence on only a few rarely endowed individuals. Everyone can develop their own latent capacity if they have sufficient desire to do so.” Dale Carnegie (1926)
This two day session is considered more advanced and is not intended for those professionals totally new to presentations. Join us on May 30th and make yourself and your team better!
This post is brought to you by the good folks at Dale Carnegie Training of Alabama, providers of professional development and management development courses and information in Huntsville, Alabama. We would love to connect with you on Facebook and Twitter @DaleCarnegieALA
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