Presentation trainer, Dave Underhill, "How do you help clients communicate to a diverse audience?"





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Published on Jan 24, 2012

Presentation Training and Coaching

http://www.underhilltraining.com/, Presentation trainer, Dave Underhill, answers the question "How do you help clients effectively communicate to a culturally diverse audience?"

Founded in 1993, Underhill Training and Development to help anyone learn how to deliver clear, concise and compelling presentations to move their business forward. Underhill Training will give you strategies and skills to:

• Build A Strong, Professional Presence: so you can be composed, channel your energy and connect with the audience.
• Target Your Presentation: to engage any audience, from executives to coworkers, customers, partners or the media.
• Increase Your Cultural Agility: to communicate effectively with culturally diverse audiences in your own organization and across the globe.
• Deal With Difficult Situations: so you can both present your ideas and manage the audience in order to keep the presentation on track.

As a result, you are ready to present anytime and anyplace: sitting at a table as part of a team meeting; on your feet delivering a keynote speech to 1,000 people; over the internet to virtual audiences; and even in unique situations such as panel discussions and elevator pitches.

Our clients include organizations such as Microsoft, Intel, NIKE, Tetra Pak, PG&E, Sharp, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, U.S. Bank, Integra Telecom, Verizon, The Nature Conservancy and United Way.

For more information visit us online at http://www.underhilltraining.com/ or call us direct at 1-800-727-3870. To view this video online at YouTube, click here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ab4Lsu...

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