How to Turn Your Presentation Into a Conversation

New York City campuses

GA NYC (Manhattan), Classrooms
10 East 21st Street
New York NY 10010

GA NYC (Manhattan), HQ
902 Broadway, 4th Floor
New York NY 10010

Past Locations for this Workshop

How to Turn Your Presentation Into a Conversation

New York City

New York City campuses

GA NYC (Manhattan), Classrooms
10 East 21st Street
New York NY 10010

GA NYC (Manhattan), HQ
902 Broadway, 4th Floor
New York NY 10010

Past Locations for this Workshop

About this workshop

"Clarity itself is a form of persuasion." Hamish McKenzie forgettable

Ideas matter – they can change the world. But the sad reality is that most presentations su%k. They’re riddled with bullet-points, void of story, and don’t engage audiences in conversation. They’re too often one-way transmissions which leave audiences confused about what they should do and presenters at a loss about what – if anything, will change afterwards.

Unlike other presentation workshops that focus on improving your public speaking skills and surface presentation style, this workshop is focused on content clarity, structure, and design so you can present naturally, at your best and have the most effective experience with your audiences. Bring your ideas, your presentation and a willingness to help others upgrade their pitch too.

Takeaways

  • Modified existing presentation outline/created new outline aligned with a STORY
  • Have practiced and delivered a 7-minute presentation summary with engagement check-points
  • Have a plan to develop slide content (visuals and text) to compliment topic

Prereqs & Preparation

Students want to improve their presentations and have pitches or presentations should be ready to practice them in the class.

ABOUT THE PARTNER PitchKitchen is a booming presentation development agency based in NYC that specializes in helping people in organizations turn their presentations into conversations that create trust. In a world where information is cheap and everywhere, PitchKitchen uses the Mind-map Method™ of presenting which focuses on story clarity and what's most important to your audience.

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