Two-Day Effective Presentations Certificate Program

Becoming a persuasive presenter is one of the most sought-after skills in business today.

We are very pleased to announce our Effective Presentations Certificate Program.

During this supportive and practical small group program, you will become the kind of presenter who is able to get your message across to diverse groups, control nervousness, use visual aids with precision, and connect with your listeners as never before.

Our leaders, Laurie Schloff and Donna Rustigian Mac, bring more than 50 years of collective experience to share with you.

If you’re ready to advance your career and learn best practices and skills used by leaders, managers, and individuals around the world, register now! Learn more.

Group size is limited, so please register right away to reserve a spot. To pay by credit card, register here. To register and pay by check or company invoice, contact us at [email protected] or by phone at (617) 739-3330.

This program has been approved by the Commonwealth’s Workforce Training Fund. If your organization has fewer than 100 employees in Massachusetts, you may qualify for 50% reimbursement. Ask us for details.

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