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Workplace Presentations 101 for IT Professionals

Please come to a class I'll be teaching in March . . .

    Workplace Presentations 101 for IT Professionals

    Saturday, March 12th, 2011
    8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

    Microsoft NERD Center
    Kendall Square, Cambridge MA

    Cost: $20 (would could $350 at LISA!)

Whether you are a new sysadmin or an IT team leader, presentations are
an important part of your job. Need to convince your boss and work team
that you have the right solution to a problem? Be sure to address the
issues that are most important to them. Want to go to that conference
again next year? Give a great report to your group when you get back.
Hoping for that next promotion? The better you are at explaining your
work, the more clear it will be that you are the right choice!

Designed expressly for IT professionals, this seminar will introduce
participants to an array of tools and techniques to help them
confidently plan and give presentations to their managers, colleagues,
executives, and customers. You will learn and practice essential skills
such as designing a talk to fit your audience, subject, and available
time; effective use of software tools for presentations; and what to do
(and how to feel comfortable) when you are finally in front of your
audience. Participants will give practice talks and get feedback from
the presenter and each other, and leave ready to tackle their first
workplace presentation.

Details and registration here:

Registration is limited to 100 people.


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