Learn how to develop bulletproof presenting skills. With eight practical and comprehensive steps, you will learn how to deliver effective messages at the board level and also lead your short attention-span net-generation team.
- Learn why presenting skills have never been more important than today
- Understand how to get ready for any audience
- Craft compelling and memorable messages
- Organise a logical structure to “hang” your messages onto
- Refresh effective delivery skills
- Learn how to engage and connect with your audience
- Handle the Q&A session, even with a hostile audience member
- Rehearse and finish all your presentations on time
“I have brought fundamental presenting skills together and upgraded them for a modern technology-savvy audience. This 8-step systematic approach gives you the roadmap to succeed in every business presentation.” - Warwick John Fahy, Author of The One Minute Presenter
“I want to send my sincere thanks to you for your presentation last week. All of my colleagues enjoyed the presentation and I’m sure that it will help to improve their efficiency a lot. Thanks again and let’s keep in touch.“ – Christophe Lajus, Area General Manager, Crowne Plaza Hotels Shanghai.
Warwick John Fahy is an expert in the art and practice of executive public speaking.
Warwick is the published author of The One Minute Presenter : an 8 step guide to delivering successful business presentations in a world of short attention spans. Warwick coaches Asia’s leading senior executives, business leaders and entrepreneurs who need to influence their clients, investors, board and team members.
For services to the public speaking industry, Warwick was inducted into the Toastmasters International Hall of Fame in August 2007 for his pioneering leadership as chairman for Toastmasters in China. Warwick is the founding Chairman of the Professional Speakers Association of China.
As a Certified Professional Facilitator (CPF), Warwick facilitates leaders and teams in results-oriented, process-driven executive retreats, workshops and executive boot camps. Living in Asia since 1994, Warwick is known for demonstrating deep cultural intelligence, while collaborating with teams across China, Asia, India and the Middle East.
His book The One Minute Presenter is a sponsor of The Library Project and for every book sold, a book is bought for an orphan in China. In his spare time, Warwick competes in Ironman triathlons and is a committee member of The British Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai.