I am a communications skills specialist, an international instructor/trainer, a published author, a contributor to two other books, and a writer of several articles.
Since 2002, I have received enthusiastic reviews for his workshops, presentations and training in the United States, Canada, and as far away as Georgia in Eastern Europe and Indonesia in Southeast Asia. Reviewed highlights include “very skillful communication coach,” “great presenter and very organized,” “well prepared with moral lessons,” “extremely motivational,” “truly trained and professional,” “very dedicated person,” “talented writer,” “made me feel great and not inadequate,” and “caring and compassionate.”
As an instructor for more than 8 years, I help others through a series of interactive and flexible workshops and coaching sessions. The three major modules I teach are:
1. Speaking with Confidence
2. EnRICHing your Presentation Skills
3. Ensuring your PowerPoint
is an Asset to your presentation
Other than communication and presentation skills, I graduated with a Master's degree in analytical chemistry
. After 13 years working in the chemical industry, I changed my career and worked in the computer
industry as a software application designer, Web site designer, PowerPoint designer, and business
consultant. Now, I concentrate on teaching, coaching and writing
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Are you uncomfortable in giving presentations? Many would rather die or step across a path of hot coals before they would stand in front of a group of people and give a presentation.
For many the "fear of public speaking" is their #1 fear. For others, it may be a phobia or an anxiety. Why do we say that? Most every time we talk about public speaking, it is about the fear of.... Even...
Do you notice when a presenter uses words in his/her presentations such as ah, um, or you know? These are called filler words. Do you know you may have filler words and you simply don't know it?
Imagine a faucet dripping slowly, but consistently throughout the night. Eventually, in the middle of the night, you wake up and you hear the drip, drip, drip. At first, the drip seems quiet and subdued,...