Switch Them On with the help of my new book!
Throughout my professional career, I’ve taught adults in many different forums, industries, and places. This has allowed me an opportunity to observe and identify some common mistakes made during workshops and workplace training. I’m not immune to these mistakes and will be the first to admit that as well as observing others who have made them, I have also made them myself. Over the years, I have learned how to avoid these mistakes. Over twenty-five years of industry experience has taught me what works and what doesn’t. Most importantly, it has taught me how one has to adapt in order to train others effectively.
In this book, you’ll learn how to put an end to boring conference presentations and staff training days. I share with you the top 10 mistakes that I see most often, and teach you how to overcome them.
- You will discover how to:
- Build a rapport with your audience from the start
- Make your training about your audience, not you
- Have structure in your content
- Reduce the content in your training session or presentation
- Avoid Death by PowerPoint
- Concentrate on less talk, and more action
- Overcome your fear that the audience will eat you
- Avoid using Other People’s Junk (OPJ)
- Assess learning
- Offer take-aways