For your last fundraising event, did you dread having to go up and speak and ask for support for your cause?
Do you feel like your nerves get in the way of delivering a great presentation?
Do you feel that only people with charisma make great speakers?
Buy this recording and learn how to be a more effective speaker for your cause.
These tips shared in this webinar can help you stand in front of corporations and ask for corporate volunteers, sponsorships, and board members.
This webinar recording can help prepare you to make a presentation to your next Chamber of Commerce meeting or community foundation site visit.
Take your speaking game to the next level. Get prepared, and get ready to make more money for your cause!
In order to be an effective leader for your cause, your presentation skills are CRITICAL to your success.
How can you be more effective at presenting for your cause?
Whether you’re an executive director, an outreach coordinator or a fundraising professional put your best foot forward with this new advanced webinar, and get more money, volunteers and relationships for your nonprofit!
When you speak about your nonprofit in the community, you need to know how to make people care and make them feel that they CAN make a difference!
Join Susan Taylor of Imagine Productions, with over 20 years of experience in nonprofits, radio and government to help you speak and look your best in front of your audience.
During this 90-minute webinar, in an easy-to-follow process, she’ll cover the essential steps you can follow to take your audience from disengaged to connected and from indifferent to caring. She’ll answer all of these questions and more:
You Will Learn:
1. Avoid the most common mistakes people make when presenting
2. Four best methods to rehearse your presentation
3. How to make your slides support, not detract from, your message
4. Why it is critical to include story in your presentation
5. How to pace your presentation
6. How to connect more quickly and effectively with your audience
7. How your body language affects the impact of your message
8. How to overcome speaking jitters
9. Learn to spot and squelch your nervous tics
Buy this in-depth, 90 minute webinar recording and learn to speak more persuasively for your cause.
Participants will find that speaking for their nonprofit becomes more fun, more enjoyable, and lucrative.
NEW! The following bonus materials are included with this webinar:
1. Sample effective powerpoint deck
2. A speaker’s checklist
3. List of things to bring to your nonprofit presentation
4. A helpful list of reading materials from other presentation experts
5. E-Chapter: Effective Speaking For Your Nonprofit
6. A list of places to get speaking engagements
7. Slides from the presentation
8. Webinar Recording: Available for up to 30 days after the webinar
About The Presenters:
Susan Taylor is the co-founder of Imagine Productions, a digital communication company in Portland, Oregon. After a long career in public television and radio in front of and behind the microphone, and as an administrator of nonprofits, she joined forces with Lucia DeLisa, an award-winning radio producer and editor, to help companies tell their stories in video and interactive formats. Imagine Productions was among the first to experiment with digital video in Portland Oregon and have continued to pioneer the use of new media. They have developed presentations, e-learning courses and videos for a number of Oregon companies including Freightliner, Adidas, Parr Lumber, Educational Productions and ITI.
Mazarine Treyz, BA, (Bard College), is the author of the popular Wild Woman’s Guide to Fundraising. Her book was named as one of the Top 10 books of 2010 by Beth Kanter, CEO of Zoetica and author of The Networked Nonprofit (Wiley).
In 2003 Mazarine wrote her first grants for Indonesian nonprofit Yayasan Emmanuel. In 2005 she co-founded a nonprofit called “The Moon Balloon Project” on the south shore of Boston, MA. Since that time she has raised over $1M for various local, national, and international nonprofits with appeals, emails, grants, sponsorships, and more.