Preparing Your Executives for Presentations and Speeched With Trust and East

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Executive communications success truly rises and falls on how well you are able to “get into the heads” of your executives and earn their trust. Your ability to put great words in their mouths has as much to do with interpersonal communication as executive communications. Whether you’re a natural extrovert or spend your days cowering in your cubicle, this session will help you enhance your relationships with executives. You’ll leave with a list of techniques that you can start using immediately.

What you will learn:

  • Blueprints for creating rapport and camaraderie with the CEO, no matter your station, without seeming unctuous or overly eager.
  • Specific strategies on how to seen as a strategic communicator, not just a scribe. This will include thoughts on how to make sure the CEO sees you as smart … but not a smart @ss.
  • Tips for managing senior executives and all of the other staff members that will either help ensure your success or doom you to failure.
  • Tactics that will help you better understand what it’s like to be a public speaker. There’s nothing like a little empathy to improve job performance.
  • Plans to turn the annual list of random speeches into a coherent communications strategy.

SESSION LEADER:

Christine SolieVP-Financial and HR Communications, The PNC Financial Services Group, has more than 20 years of public relations experience with Fortune 500 companies. She has had two speeches published in Vital Speeches of the Day and earned two Silver Anvils for work not related to speechwriting.

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