Communicating, whether it be one-on-one or one-to-five hundred, is becoming a necessary skill not only for educators but members of the corporate world as well. Information is power and as we attempt to empower others we must become more clear and effective in the way we present that information.
This session will be highly interactive and brain-compatible. Key points of effective presenting will be explored and analyzed. Participants will be exposed to the latest research by Suzanne Bailey, Bob Garmston and Bruce Wellman, Pat Wolfe, and others.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Superintendents, curriculum directors, staff developers, central office and campus administrators, as well as civic and corporate leaders.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
• Ways to build effective learning communities
• To identify individual strengths and weaknesses
• An event design that is the foundation for optimum learning
• About the “nested process” of staff development
• The five presentation stages
• A technique for voice inflection
• The importance of connecting with the mind styles in your audience
• Simple graphic design
HOW YOU WILL BENEFIT
• Become aware of the importance of brain-compatible presenting
• Help you in promoting a more brain-compatible environment for learning
• Enable you to become a better presenter
• Validate strong attributes and identify areas for growth