Growing up, I was a shy introvert. Being in front of a group of people speaking was probably one of my biggest fears. Through the years, I have grown in this area but I still can get nervous making presentations in front of people. I have tried different techniques on how to prepare, with a frustration in the end of things not going the way I wanted them to.
Recently, I had the opportunity to take Tim Pollard’s course: Advanced Presentation Skills. I was dumbfounded by all the things that I have been doing wrong with my communication. As peacemakers, we can all get better at communication–particularly if we teach peacemaking on a regular basis. Our words have a great impact on those that are listening to them.
“A word aptly spoken is like apples of gold in settings of silver.”-Proverbs 25: 11
The bible often speaks of the importance of our communication. This course will enable you to develop techniques that will allow you to design a presentation that excels in content and delivery. As a recent particpant of this class, I would recommend it to pastors, ministry leaders, bible study leaders, business leaders, or anyone who wants to hone their public speaking skills.
Tim Pollard has coached dozens of CEO’s and top executives through out the years. It was a refreshing honor to glean from his expertise, and I hope that you will also have the same opportunity.
Watch Tim’s introductory video to get a taste of what you will receive during this training: Oratium Intro
“Tim developed an entire generation of customer-facing speakers in our firm, myself included. Beyond his own remarkable speaking abilities, his ability to coach others is simply extraordinary. It also helps that he is genuinely smart enough to grasp complex subject matter at a level that lets him guide speakers to focus on what is truly important. His work created extraordinary value for the staff involved, for the clients they served, and the firm as a whole.”
Tom Monahan, CEO,
The Corporate Executive Board
If you have questions about this course, please call: (406) 256-1583 ext. 123