Life's A Pitch
Whether introducing yourself at a networking function, presenting to clients or prospective clients, competing for a contract or trying to convince colleagues or stake-holders of the merits of a new initiative, your success depends on catching your audience’s interest..
Truth is, getting attention or "buy-in" for any new initiative or project is always tricky.
So what can you do to ensure your pitches are dynamic, different, effective and stand out from the pack? How can you cut through to the designated person or audience?
This session aims to pinpoint some of the key areas where you can improve the design, structure and delivery of your pitches, ensuring that your key messages are articulated and delivered effectively.
Whether you pitch or present to one person, a small group or a large audience, this interactive session aims to invigorate, provoke, educate and entertain.
Outcomes from the workshop:
- What are the elements of a good pitch?
- How to articulate your point of difference?
- How to get your target audience’s attention in an age where nobody reads anything anymore.
- Making Things Simple!
- How to engage with your target audience – including the cynical and skeptical ones.
- How to inject your own personality into your pitch
- Making a pitch more interactive, entertaining and educational.
Meet the facilitator: Andrew Klein
Director of Presentation Skills Training consultancy SPIKE Presentations (....helping you get your point across!!).
Andrew is a well-known Professional MC, Conference Speaker, a former litigation lawyer and has trained and presented widely within the recruitment industry.
A former corporate lawyer, apart from being a Professional MC, Andrew is one of this country’s authorities in Presentation Skills and Pitching for Business.
For over 10 years Andrew has also MC’d the RCSA’s annual International Conference and is well versed in issues facing the recruitment community.
He works with countless clients including Minter Ellison, Telstra Legal, CGU, Elders, BT and the International Bar Association as well as having worked with the RCSA for over 10 years, both as a conference MC and speaker / trainer.
Face to face half day workshop.
Booking Terms & Conditions:
This event is governed by the RCSA Booking Terms & Conditions
This event will be open until two business days prior to the session unless booked out earlier.
Please confirm with RCSA Learning & Development team that the event is running as planned, before booking flights or accommodation.
For More Information:
RCSA Learning & Development
Members within Australia
call 1300 727 504
Members within New Zealand
call toll free + 0800 441 904