Have you ever thought about what's the impact of your nervousness and how it's limiting your success?
You know how after the first five minutes into your presentation, you begin to feel comfortable? That's good, however, your audience has already judged you (and you’re just now getting warmed up).
Gain the respect, attention, and commitment you deserve. Learn how to start strong and end with a standing ovation every time.
This fun, one-day experience will help you increase your communication confidence; don’t be mistaken, this is a leadership development opportunity. You will develop transferable, practical skills making you a more credible leader by increasing your effectiveness:
You will discover time-tested strategies and best practices to help you:
Expect to learn skills you can apply immediately and will use for years to:
Angie Clark started her career in the 70's as a top sales performer at IBM. What Angie really loved was working as a marketing representative and trainer for Communispond, where she trained managers and CEOs in presentation skills, writing skills, radio and television appearances and running annual meetings.
She entered the Investment business in the early 80's raising money for limited partnerships for Heritage Cable and then became an Assistant Regional Director at EF Hutton. In 1991 she joined Oppenheimer Capital as National Sales Manager and became a Managing Director for the firm, which was acquired by Pimco and then Allianz. Angie grew the firm's assets from $500-million to $9-billion.
Angie was on the original Board of the Money Management Institute. She has been a featured speaker at the national sales meetings of most of the major brokerage firms, as well as at industry conferences. In 2007, Angie was given the Pioneer Award by the Money Management Institute.
She has worked with Smith Barney, Prudential, General Motors, Bendix, Paine Webber, Merrill Lynch, Delaware Investments, Old Dominion University, Lockwood, Wasatch Advisors, Money Management Institute, APIC, Association of Investment Management Sales Executives, Concord Asset Management, Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity, Site Acquisitions, Inc., Lightstone, First Allied Securities, Lake Forest Graduate School of Management and AXA Equitable.
What if I don't get value from the program?
This is unlikely and never happened yet – and Angie started teaching this course in 1983. In the event you put your "all" into it and still don't believe you received ample knowledge, transferable skills, or you didn't enjoy the workshop, we'd gladly refundly your investment. It's that good.
Is my registration/ticket transferrable?
Yes, as long as we know 24 hours in advance.
When does the program start and end?
We'll start promptly at 8:30AM (Central) – you're encouraged to arrive as early as 8:00AM – and we'll conclude no later than 5:00PM.
Is lunch included?
It is. So too are snacks and refreshments throughout the day. Please let us know if you have food requirements or allergies well ahead of time.
Why is the program limited to 12 participants?
This is a public speaking course. Therefore, you need ample time speaking in front of an audience; each participant will be given a number of "repetitions."
Is that a picture of Angie and Bill Gates?
We're glad you asked. Yes, as a matter of fact it is. Angie (on the left) and her partner played Bill in a Bridge Tournament – we'll let her tell you the story.
Deviate is a management consultancy headquartered in Brentwood, Tenn. We change how people lead and live their lives. We advise and coaching high capacity and high potential, emerging leaders and help them win at the highest level.
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