Tech Women SIG: Making Presentations Unforgettable

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    Topic: Making Presentations Unforgettable
    Many people are more afraid of public speaking than of dying.  The idea of delivering a presentation with ease seems like a distant dream.  While it may never be your favorite thing to do, there are tips and tools that can help you deliver presentations that are effective and unforgettable.  During this session you'll learn:

    · What makes a presentation efficient and outstanding 

    · The contract between the speaker and his/her audience

    · What to do if a blackout paralyzes us

    · How to handle questions and answers

    · Tips to keep the attention of the listeners

    · Choice and use of effective audiovisual aids

    Presenter: Kim A. Page
    Since the early 1990's, Kim has worked as a consultant and trainer within the areas of communication and innovation for multinational and local organizations such as Vodafone, WHO, The Union for Catalan Psychologists - COPC, and educational institutions spanning from groups with special needs to MBA programs and Executive training. Her interest in the dynamics of group work and self expression has grown from Kim's contributions to a wide range of communities, working in Scandinavia, Germany, Mexico and Spain before arriving in the US. As a guest speaker, Kim has been invited to talk at institutions like Carnegie Mellon University, NASA Ames Research Center and the Autonomous University of Barcelona. Kim has had several articles published about her communication and innovation methodologies and she is fluent in six languages. Her background is in the fields of dramaturgy, communication and organization development.

    Agenda: 

    6:00 - 7:00 p.m Registration, Heavy Appetizers &; Networking

    7:00 - 8:30 p.m. Program / Q &; A

    Please note: Because of Paypal's new policies, we can no longer accept American Express cards at the door.