Back by popular demand, we are offering JCI Presenter course this fall! (NOTE: This class is a prerequisite for JCI Trainer which is currently in it s final
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, Aug 31, 2010
Back by popular demand, we are offering JCI Presenter course this fall!
(NOTE: This class is a prerequisite for "JCI Trainer" which is currently in it's final planning stages as well~ so make sure to register today to get in on these fantastic trainings!)
JCI Presenter Saturday, October 2, 2010
Sauk Rapids City Hall
115 2nd Avenue North
Sauk Rapids, MN 56379
Cost: $25 (payment payable to MN Jaycees) Deadline for registration: October 2, 2010 All participants must register (BUT NOT PAY!) on line at http://www.jci. cc/university (Minimum class size 6 - max class size 20)
JCI Presenter the JCI Effective Presentations Course is a one-day course designed to help those who want to enhance their
skills as a presenter. This course may be used as a one-time presentation course or the first step in becoming a JCI University Trainer.
More than ever before, adults want and need to learn. The growth of technology, the impact of communications and the demands of an increasingly complex world mean that people need to be better equipped to respond.
Within the first 10 seconds of being introduced to someone new, you are judged on whether or not you are a person to be listened to. It is well known that people, who have strong presentation skills are promoted faster, paid more and are generally more successful than those who are less proficient. Learning to present yourself and your ideas effectively can improve your negotiation skills and also lead to stronger interpersonal relationships.
Why Create Presentations? There are a variety of reasons why we give presentations. Most presentations give information or educate an audience about a specific subject. We also use presentations to persuade or motivate others to do something we desire. Lastly, we create presentations to stimulate conversation or opinions.
Purpose of JCI Presenter JCI Presenter is designed for the more experienced speaker who wants to expand their presentation skills. This course focuses on the concepts of creating and delivering an effective presentation utilizing visual aids and strong delivery methods, while keeping in mind the needs of the audience.
If you have any questions contact either VP Debbie Ackerman or myself at:
Debbie Ackerman Individual Development Vice President idvp@...or (612) 868-2356
Heather Noyes Training Task Force Program Manager email@example.com or (612) 801-6145
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