As participation in online education and virtual conferences has skyrocketed, so have the expectations of attendees and organizers. Learn how to meet and exceed those expectations by incorporating key principles of learning science into your presentations.
“I have listened to "Presenting for Impact" and find myself wanting to go back to it again and again and again. If all presenters - including myself - only implemented the best practices highlighted in the course, it would be a huge jump forward for all lifelong learners - presenters and participants alike.”Micène Fontaine | Design Arts Seminars
“As a tech strategist for course creators, and a course creator myself, I have found Presenting for Impact to be a super-valuable resource in the course creation process. If you follow the steps while you plan your next course or presentation, you will create a much more engaging and long-lasting course.”Temima Gass | Uncommon Strategy
“The "Presenting for Impact" course guides learners through a clear, well organized, and research-based framework for creating and delivering effective online presentations. Participants will leave with a fantastic toolbox of strategies that they can use right away to either improve an existing presentation or to apply to an upcoming presentation”Tiana Fech | Tiana Fech Consulting
“Presenting for Impact presented us with a simple four-step process to deliver more value to our mastermind groups. The best part was that the course used the four-step method. I found the attached worksheet helpful to use in crafting our presentations. Learning happens when a behavior is changed. We are presenting our first mastermind meeting using the worksheet next week. Well done for creating a course that will add substantial benefits to our customers. ”Anton Stegmann | Anton Stegmann Consulting