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Episode 4 - How You Can Be More Successful Through Creating Better Presentations
QUIZ for Professional Development Credit.
This course is eligible for 1 Professional Development Hour.
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Episode 4 in Zweig Group's ZLearning series. It's one thing to write a great proposal for a project but you still have to present to the client. Learn how to build a winning presentation from scratch and successfully present it to your client.
This crash course on presentations will show you how to build a winning presentation from scratch and present effectively with confidence. Learn how being different can work in your firms favor and how to accentuate those differences in your presentation. This video also demonstrates how to use different multimedia formats for your proposals. Join AEC Industry Expert and Author Mark Zweig and consummate communicator Randy Wilburn for an in-depth look at how to be a better presenter.
Some of the topics covered include:
- Starting from a blank slate can help your presentation
- Why doing your homework before the presentation is important
- Don't be afraid to be different
- Demonstrate that you understand the clients wants and needs
- The importance of using photos and videos
- Using humor
ZLearning is a Continuing Education online learning portal offered by Zweig Group.
Design Professionals save time and money by taking some of your most important continuing education courses online. Gain real knowledge and additional skills in a fraction of the time without the hassle of attending a live event. ZLearning classes including this one offer a short quiz, completion certificate, and most importantly CEUs/PDHs for your time and effort.
You are purchasing a link to an online video & quiz for Professional Development Credit. This can be accessed on most devices including your computer, tablet, or smartphone. You will receive one email with complete instructions.