Robert L. Jolles
Most new trainers and presenters know all they need to know about their chosen subject. Unfortunately, few of them actually know how to present what they know. For more than a decade, Robert Jolles's How to Run Seminars and Workshops
has taught tens of thousands of people how to sell, teach, stand up, and deliver an effective training session on almost any subject in almost any setting. Jolles—former head of Xerox's world-renowned "train the trainer" program—shares proven, effective techniques for winning over an audience, holding their interest, conveying important information, and moving that audience to take action!
For seasoned pros, this is an invaluable tool for becoming a world-class seminar and workshop leader. For novices, it's a step-by-step self-teaching guide that provides the confidence and the techniques speakers need to survive and thrive in front of an audience. Packed with straightforward, trustworthy advice, this reliable resource covers all the bases for today's professional trainers and speakers, including research and preparation, questioning techniques, pacing, visual aids, evaluation and support, feedback, and more. Trusted by thousands of professional trainers for the latest tactics and practices in seminar and workshop leadership, this book is the ultimate guide for anyone who makes a living sharing what they know with others.