Sims Wyeth
Instructor Sims Wyeth
Product Id 601747
Duration 60 Minutes  
Version Recorded
Original Price $295
Special Offer Price $10
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Presenting to Senior Decision Makers


Your presentations to senior decision makers contribute a great deal to your reputation, and are strong indicators of your future career path.

These events give your boss and your boss's boss a chance to see you thinking on your feet, the master of complex information, demonstrating your leadership potential, your confidence, presence, and your ability to connect your information to the needs of business leaders. Senior executives are time pressed, content drive, and results oriented. They are driving for a decision or a prediction, and they need presentations fed to them in a highly efficient and effective manner. There are half a dozen common errors that can derail such a presentation, and cause a career to be limited.

Areas Covered in the Session:

  • What 3 things senior decision makers need and want.
  • How to organize your information to meet their requirements.
  • How to use PowerPoint in a highly effective manner.
  • How to increase your professional stature and influence with a senior executive audience.

Who Will Benefit:
  • Brand Teams
  • Product Managers
  • Sales Executives
  • Market Research
  • Management Scientists
  • Department Heads
  • VPs of anything

Speaker Profile
Sims Wyeth is the President of Sims Wyeth and Co, a training and consulting firm that helps companies build bullet proof processes to ensure the success of presentations when the stakes are high. He also coaches individuals from all layers and levels of the business world.

He began his career as an actor, became a professor of rhetoric, and voice and speech at The New School for Social Research, and then taught for many years at New York University's Tisch School of the Arts. He started his company in 1996 by taking over the smallest bedroom in his house, laying a door over two file cabinets, and getting busy on the phone.

His clients include Adecco, Johnson & Johnson, McKinsey, Deloitte, Roche, Hilton Worldwide, Genentech, and dozens of other firms seeking to win business and influence both internal and external audiences.

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