Running a Tight Ship: Keep Training Friendly and Focused
You walk into a classroom ready to set up for your presentation. Rather than an empty room, there are twenty-five seated people looking at you impatiently. “You’re late!” you hear from a man in the front. “We should have started an hour ago!” You glance down and see that you are wearing clown shoes and no pants. “I must be dreaming,” you think, and thank goodness, you are.
Have you ever had a presentation anxiety dream like this? Jean Franzblau has!
The “Running a Tight Ship” workshop offers tips, tools and ideas to keep your sessions friendly and focused. By "friendly" we mean that your participants will feel welcome, comfortable and ready to learn. By "focused" we mean that your event will start on time, end on time and be protected from going off course. We’ll have group discussions and share war stories. Expect to leave with the wind in your sails and who knows – you may find yourself sleeping better before big presentations, too.
Jean is a professional speaker with twelve years of training experience. As a former road warrior with SkillPath Seminars, she has presented in six countries for audiences of up to three hundred people.
In her freelance business, Jean delivers training, instructional design and video production services. She has worked in industries including education, hospitality, health care, real estate, nonprofit, law and financial services.
Jean received her B.A. with cum laude honors at UCLA in Communications and Business Administration. She completed the Train the Trainer course with ASTD-LA and served on the Board for two years. Visit her at www.JeanFranzblau.com.
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Note: Our previously scheduled presentation, "Working Successfully with Global Training & Quality Teams", has been postponed to October 4th. Our presenter, Khristina Lazalde, Director, Global Contact Center Training & Quality, will facilitate that session. Description coming soon!