Selling an idea, leading a team, winning new business and getting a raise are just a few of the situations in which presentation skills can make a big difference in the outcome. In the three-minute video clip below you can learn about five body language techniques that can help you get what you want in any situation with:
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Presentation skills are building blocks for more advanced organizational learning as well as individual career advancement

Developing and practicing these skills are the cornerstones to any organization’s training and development program. With many clients, it’s the “basic training” that pays off at every level of development.

Seventy percent of employed Americans who give presentations agree that presentation skills are critical to their success at work, according to a new Prezi survey. My first reaction? The other 30% don’t know it yet.—Carmine Gallo, contributing to Forbes

Presentation skill training is an investment that can improve the outcomes of more advanced soft skills learning that comes later in development. People with greater interpersonal confidence are more likely to push themselves a little further and tend to get more from team building exercises, business simulations and even executive coaching.

Even experienced executives who never mastered public speaking, can benefit from going back and honing these skills.

Jamesson Solutions offers two Presentation Skills workshops and can tailor such programs for different organizations. We’re currently developing a women in leadership version of the presentation skills curriculum.