Want to be the speaker whom conference crowds will demand event organizers invite back? Patricia Fripp can teach you how to be that kind of energetic speaker.
Here’s what she presented at EVV CON, June 2021.
About Patricia Fripp
Companies hire Patricia Fripp to help them drive sales by perfecting their important conversations and presentations.
A true presentation skills expert, Patricia Fripp, CSP, CPAE, is a Hall of Fame award-winning speaker, a sales trainer, and an in-demand executive speech coach. For over 30 years, she has been focusing on how professionals from all industries can communicate their ideas more effectively.
Mark Brown shone as the lead off speaker at the June 2021 EVV CON event, and in this replay he shares some ideas about how you can SHINE, too.
About Mark Brown
Originally from Kingston, Jamaica, Mark Brown immigrated to the United States at the age of 18 with only $40 in his pocket and a dream for a better life. He spent 15 years working as a computer analyst before choosing to develop his public speaking skills. After recovering from a life-threatening illness in the summer of 1993, he made a commitment to excel as a communicator, earning a 1995 Harlem YMCA Black Achievers in Industry Award in the process.
You’ve got an idea, and want to bring people along to support you or buy your product and service. You feel the need to tell them all about it, so they understand your proposition – and yet, they have no time to hear the details, and want a short pitch. How do you manage the time pressure? What should you tell, and what should you leave out? How do you get them to take the next step?
Fursey Gotuaco, a crowd favorite at the EVV CON in December 2020, returned for our June 2021 event to share more about how to add drama to your speeches.
About Fursey Gotuaco
Fursey Gotuaco has been an educator his entire life. He has been an administrator and Theatre teacher for over 25 years both in Texas and China.
Now speaking on the VTM platform for the 3rd time, Fursey has spoken to audiences of all ages both in person and online. His messages have reached people in India, Kenya, China, France, Mauritius, and around the United States.
Anyone can stand up and give a presentation, but how do you stand out from other presenters? How can you create a presentation that is truly unforgettable? If people don’t remember your message 3 months, or even 3 days later, you may have wasted both your time and theirs.
With the right process, you can develop and convey a message that really impacts lives, whether you speak to one person sitting across from you in your office, a few hundred people online, or thousands of people at a corporate event. You can wow the crowd, and not just maintain your professional reputation, but advance it. If you are going to spend time and energy putting together a presentation that could make or break your career, why not follow a world-class process?