Presenting with Impact (June)
What’s this course about?
This highly interactive persuasive presentation skills workshop gets people on their feet practicing and receiving feedback throughout the day. Within a supportive environment, presenters learn about their individual presentation style; becoming aware of the things they are doing well and learning how to eliminate any tendencies that are distracting.
Each person will make multiple mini-presentations as they practice new techniques and learn first-hand how to effectively connect with the audience. We’ll discuss ways to tailor presentation content and delivery for the most engaging and impactful performance.
The workshop includes:
- Finding an intrinsic style
- Mastering physical presence
- Understanding the power of voice
- Using eye contact to connect
- Organizing to ensure a logical flow
- Telling a story
- Rehearsing to build confidence
Who will be teaching the course?
Director of Professional Development
The Ad Club
Molly Sullivan brings more than 20 years experience in consumer marketing and talent development to The Ad Club. She specializes in coaching and training executives to optimize their leadership potential by building on their core strengths and talents. Molly leads proprietary programs focused on the following topics: Strengths-based Executive and Team Coaching, Presenting with Impact and Persuasive Business Writing. She has coached executives and teams at Google, Boston Private Bank & Trust Company, Procter & Gamble, Swarovski, Carat, FreshDirect and Wellesley College to strengthen their management and leadership capabilities. She has also worked extensively with executives at Hill Holiday, Tory Burch, Mullen, New Balance, Tank, Mad Pow and The TJX Companies, to advance their presentation and writing skills. Molly’s strategic brand building and employee development skills were refined while she held executive marketing positions with worldwide advertising agencies, including Arnold, J. Walter Thompson, DDB and BBDO. Her client experience ranges from packaged goods companies such as Clorox, Frito-Lay and General Mills to real estate and telecommunication giants, Century 21 and Verizon.