The ability to communicate in a clear and engaging way is a must-have skill for any business professional, especially in today’s fast-paced environment. Whether you’re presenting a sales pitch, complex analysis, a strategic marketing program or a fundraising plan, it’s not enough to simply present information on a slide and hope that the audience will “get it.”
In order to communicate, collaborate, and connect with your team, your colleagues, your clients or your audience, the ability to narrow a presentation down to the essentials, communicate your vision in a focused and meaningful way, and present it in a way that is most relevant to your audience is absolutely critical to your professional success.
Whether you’re speaking to a group or one important individual, via in-person or virtual, this session will share 5 critically important tips on how to communicate with diverse stakeholders in a focused, compelling, engaging way, so that you can sell your ideas, your products and yourselves more successfully than ever before.
In this session, Suzannah will share:
- One simple technique to reduce the stress and anxiety of public speaking
- Ideas on how to structure and focus your presentation for maximum impact
- Simple tweaks to your language that will immediately improve your presentations
- How to frame your message so that people feel more connected to you
Date: Sept 24, 2021
Time: 90 minutes
11:30 am – 1:00 pm PDT (Time converter)
2:30 pm – 4:00 pm EDT
7:30 pm – 9:00 pm BST
Membership is only $24.99/mo. Join Today.
Meet Suzannah Baum
A presentation skills specialist, executive speech coach and speaker, Suzannah works with business professionals who want to position themselves as leaders by delivering more engaging, compelling presentations, allowing them to step out in front of audiences with confidence, build their careers and businesses, and stand out as the leader that they are.
Suzannah also applies her presentation strategies and certification in the DISC™ Model of Human Behavior to help clients better understand their own unique communication style and strengths, as well as the communication styles of the individuals on their team. This provides them with powerful strategies to adapt their communications in a way that will resonate most with diverse teams, stakeholders and audiences, thus enabling them to lead, motivate and inspire in the most effective way possible.
Suzannah has been featured as a returning guest expert on Global TV News, Breakfast TV Montreal, CJAD Montreal radio, the Montreal Gazette, and Elle Canada, and is a contributing writer for the Huffington Post. She is a current National Board member and a past Chapter President at the Canadian Association of Professional Speakers, an Certified Virtual Presenter, and always travels with chocolate.
Suzannah lives in Montreal, Canada, where she shares her residence with her husband, 10-year old son, and a very bossy budgie bird. Suzannah will be publishing her first book in Autumn 2021. Feel free to reach out and say “Hello!” before the event.
You Never Know Who You Will Meet!
Members have made many lasting relationships in the group that have turned into collaborative ventures, podcast interviews, partnerships, referral partners and good clients! The opportunity is to meet with like minded businesses to share skills, receive advice and collaborate! Strategic alliances are an essential part of succeeding in your grand adventure.
What to Expect:
The Grand Connection community is a fun, welcoming group of like-minded businesses and professionals with an intention to support each other to grow and scale our businesses. At our speaker event, we curate the best of the best global speakers to provide you with timely business education and inspiration to move your business forward. You will have opportunities to connect, create, and collaborate in the warm-up networking breakouts and in the masterminds. These masterminds are small group discussions that take a deeper dive into the speaker’s topic. Please have your camera, good lighting and microphone available. Practice your short introduction ahead and have a short write-up prepared to share in the chat.