Now, you can arrange a Lunch & Learn program for your team
Clear advice on delivering a clear message
Do you and your team speak to:
- Staff and management teams
- Clients and prospects
- Attendees at seminars, conferences or sales meetings
Imagine the possibilities if those presentations could be more efficient, less stressful and more productive.
Here’s your opportunity to learn how to consistently Deliver Superior Presentations
This Lunch & Learn program is an easy way to explore the potential of Superior Presentations. It’s time efficient because it’s a working lunch
Picture the improve results of communication after you:
- Are reminded of the fundamentals of effective presentation
- Observe practical techniques of engagement and persuasion
- Hear the answers to your questions about your presentation challenges
Frequently Asked Questions
How long is a Lunch & Learn?
Some Lunch & Learns might be as short as 30 minutes. To deliver more value, our programs usually run from 60 to 90 minutes. You decide
Instead of lunch, can we arrange this as a breakfast presentation?
How many people can attend?
The ideal number is between 10 and 20, although we’ve worked with up to 50. Clearly with more than 30 we don’t get to hear from everyone or address all their questions.
Will the presentation be interactive?
Yes. One of the key lessons is the importance of engaging your audience, hence this presentation will actively engage the audience to demonstrate the techniques. (Watch the above videos for examples of audience engagement.)
Will the attendees receive resource materials?
Yes. All will receive a learning guide. This includes practical content along with space for writing notes. The guide will be at least 20 pages.
If we want more than a Lunch & Learn, can we easily arrange for more intensive training for our team?
Yes. Group training programs typically run from 1/2 day to two full days. Depending on the size of the class, participants will typically present before the group and receive constructive feedback along with a video of their presentation. Learn more about the training programs.