Regular readers know that I often write about the importance of Audience Centricity – the single best strategy for getting into the ‘Workplace Presenters’ Hall of Fame’. So, if that’s your goal, the most critical component for creating a Best-in-Class Audience-Centered presentation is … to Start with the End in Mind, as Dr. Stephen Covey teaches us.
Unlike most presenters, Phil has the skill to help me remember important information. It’s clear Phil wants everyone in the audience to retain a few vital lessons via an entertaining dialogue.Barry Leaventon, Vice President Of National AccountsPrint Communications
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