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The Art of Exceptional Conversations

You’ve heard people say, “Ditch the pitch.”  What is your reaction to that statement?  Do you consider it blasphemous or treasonous?  Does it insult your sales sensibilities?  Is it possible that presentations have become passé? So that we’re all speaking … Continue reading

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Ask Yourself – “Do I Need A Presentation Coach?”

A disturbing phrase that we often hear is, ”I don’t need a Coach.” This general sentiment baffles us. In the upcoming months, the world’s greatest summer sports athletes will convene in London to validate their excellence. Hours, Days, Weeks, Months, Years of dedication, … Continue reading

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Presentation Coach Robert King Interviews Keynote Speaker Steve Siebold

America’s Presentation Coach Robert King interviews preeminent Professional Speaker Steve Siebold.  Steve is a thought leader in the industry and is an ambassador of a message on Mental Toughness.  His client list of both Fortune 50 companies and Trade Associations is extensive … Continue reading

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Presentation Coach Robert King Interviews Media Expert Bruce Serbin

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Presentation Coach Interviews Keynote Speaker Polly Bauer

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Presentation Coach Robert King Interviews Keynote Speaker Ed Lamont

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Presentation Coach Robert King Interviews Keynote Speaker Darren Kittleson

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Presentation Coach Robert King Interviews Keynote Speaker Theodore Henderson

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Improve Your Platform Skills in Live Presentations

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A Tribute to Steve Jobs and His Extraordinary Executive Presentation Skills

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Avoid Unnecessary Gestures in Your Live Presentations

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A Holiday Smile for Professional Presenters

Happy Holidays Everyone!  Hope your holiday season brings you closer with your friends and family and affords you some time for yourself. Here’s a smile from our friends at FedEx.  Talk about straightforward feedback.  Now, that’s Coaching!¤   Provide “Name” and … Continue reading

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The Importance of Delivery in Live Presentation Skills

Robert King – America’s Presentation Coach – from the Grandover Resort in Greensboro, NC, explains the importance of delivery in your live presentation skills. “Remember, folks, it’s not what you say, but how you say it that will make all … Continue reading

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Don’t Ignore Different Personality Traits in the Audience in Live Presentations.

Robert King – America’s Presentation Coach – at The Homestead in Hot Springs, VA asks the question: “Why are you presenting to only 25% of your audience?” Each of us have dominate personality traits. Unfortunately, most presenters speak in a … Continue reading

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98% of Participants Recommend Our Presentation Training and Coaching

Robert King – America’s Presentation Coach – has been fortunate to work with folks in varied industrys including Financial Services, Business-to-Business Products, Hospitality, Entertainment, and others.  Over the years, clients include Billion dollar companies like Wells Fargo Advisors, The Hartford, Corporate Express – … Continue reading

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Advantages of Third Party Feedback on Your Presentation Skills

Who’s coaching your presentations(or the presentations of your people)?  Your managers?  Your HR reps?  Your in-house trainers?  Are any of these folks skilled Presentation Coaches?  More often than not, these staff members are coaching content; making sure that the presenter … Continue reading

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Avoid Generic, Cookie-Cutter Presentation Feedback

One of the primary objections to Presentation Coaching is previous experiences with Presentation Coaching.  When you bring someone into your company and can not clearly ascertain value from that program, or your people have a zero response to the Coach or the … Continue reading

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Ways To Distinguish Yourself From Your Competitors In Your Presentations

Robert King – America’s Presentation Coach – offers you three things to consider to help immediately set yourself apart from your competitors. Differentiation – Zig Ziglar always said: “You gotta be, so that you can do, so that you can … Continue reading

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Keynote: “The State of Presentations in America”

“Presentations are the heartbeat of American business today. If you do not possess mastery of these skills, you will not achieve all the goals you have set for yourself. If your team does not practice exceptional presentation skills, they will … Continue reading

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Presentation Skills Mastery Is Key To Your Success

Defined as “expert skill or knowledge, ” the concept of mastery of any topic is a tall order.  But, with something as critically important to one’s personal income, mastery of presentation skills is essential to personal success.  If you are … Continue reading

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Do You Have A Personal Presentation Coach On Your Team?

Some of you are golfers, or at least enjoy the game of golf.  If you do not play golf, please excuse the sports anaology.  For a golfer, there’s a difference between getting a golf lesson and hiring a swing coach.  … Continue reading

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Looking for a Keynote Speaker? Consider Robert King, America’s Presentation Coach

Looking for a Keynote Speaker that will entertain and educate your audience?  How about one that will provide valuable and practical skills that are immediately acccessible to the listener?  What if your Keynote Speaker could help make the difference between closing the business, or … Continue reading

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Looking For Objective, Straightforward Feedback to Your Presentations?

When’s the last time you had an outside resource, third-party, take an honest look at your presentations, or the presentations of your people? Robert King – America’s Presentation Coach – has created a dynamic workshop platform specifically designed for Professional … Continue reading

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Things to Consider when Bringing in a Presentation Trainer for Your Organization

Contracting an outside training company to teach your folks on selling skills or presentation skills can be an arduous process. The primary trepidation is the fact that previous seminar trainers have had little-to-no positive affect on behavior or the bottom … Continue reading

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