From interviews to one-on-ones, informal project team meetings, to more formal traditional presentations, communication is still at the core of what it takes to get things done. 

But here’s the rub:  In today’s distracted and hyper-connected world, it can be tough to get people to focus in, pay attention, and really listen. And if they aren’t listeningyour ideas won’t get the traction they need to succeed.   

Quick pause for a pop quiz...

For each of the following statements, answer "True" or "False"
1. Your ideas matter
2. Your perspectives matter
3. Your opinions matter
4. Your experiences matter

The correct answer is …(drumroll)… of course this is TRUE!

If you want to make a difference, then it’s time to get real.

Because when it comes to getting people to tune in, it’s the sound of authenticity that stands out in the information (overload) age. And as luck would have it, it’s also authenticity that holds a key to your sense of fulfillment and success.

This is where I (aka this course) can help. 

I’ve been helping people navigate the ever-shifting nuances of workplace communication my entire career.  And now, I’ve created this online course to more easily share my best tools, strategies, tips and practices so you can put them to work for you.  

You’ll learn how to create a customized system that will enable you to deliver your most authentic self – anytime, anywhere.

Present Your Real Self covers these 6 topics:

  • Prepare yourself to present yourself

  • Find your voice

  • Find your message

  • Build your message

  • Deliver your message

  • Deliver your best

In the Present Your Real Self course you will:

  • Discover the presentation style that best reflects the real you, so you can share what’s on your mind in a way that others hear you and feel motivated to act.

  • Get practice using low-tech tools that can help you figure out what you want to say and how to say that -- clearly and simply every time.

  • Learn simple techniques designed to help your ideas stand out and be heard in the noise of our “information overload” world.

  • Follow best practice tips and learn what to do…and what not to do when you are presenting.

Now it’s up to you to decide if you're ready to focus a bit of time and energy on your self-development and make a renewed commitment to learning what it takes for your ideas to be heard.

But if you truly believe that you have something to say and that your perspective matters, I’d like to invite you to join me in learning how to "Present Your Real Self."