Effective Presentations Certificate Program

With the new season comes a tremendous opportunity to become an effective presenter, one of the most sought-after skills in business today.
Laurie Schloff, Senior Coaching Partner at The Speech Improvement Company, and I are very pleased to announce the Effective Presentations Certificate Program.


It’s May 9th and 10th from 9:30am to 4:30pm in our training facility at 50 Speen St. Framingham, MA.


Over two full days, you can become the kind of presenter who’s able to get your message across effectively, deal with fear of speaking, use visual aids with precision, and connect with your listeners like never before.


Laurie and I bring more than 50 years of collective experience to our work and we’d love to share it with you. If you’re ready to advance your career and commit to becoming an effective presenter, register here.


If you work for a Massachusetts small business (less than 100 employees), this program has been approved for 50% reimbursement from the Commonwealth’s Workforce Training Fund. Call us for details!
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