In this 1 hour webinar program you will learn how to be entertaining and make your audience feel comfortable and relaxed using your natural style. Have you ever wondered why some techniques seem to work for others but not for you? It all depends on your “Presentation Personality" and in this program you'll learn how to leverage yours.
Why Rule The Room:
Through our experience working with thousands of presenters, we've discovered that most business leaders try to imitate the presentation style of others they think are good presenters. If you've ever tried to “be like Steve Jobs" and felt uncomfortable in front of your audience, then you know how it feels when you don't know how to leverage YOUR presentation personality. We know how to help you find yours, and we've seen how it can make public speaking comfortable, successful and even enjoyable.
But don't just take out word for it, here's what others have to say:
“Jason is a master at understanding people. What has been interesting to me is that Jason uses his own techniques to “rule the room" when he is teaching you how to rule the room. It's a sight to behold! Every time I was in a room with Jason, whether he was presenting or it was just a meeting, he always was able to grab people's attention immediately and make you feel like it was the most worthwhile time you have ever spent."
Jeremy Wright - Project Manager
"The key to success is shared here in a way that can be personalized to match your own style...Jason does for public speaking what style guides do for effective writing."
Peggy Burns - Assistant Dean for Advancement, University of Michigan College of Literature, Science, and the Arts
“I used to sit in classes where the instructor would tell all sorts of jokes and get the class laughing, having a great time, and basically teach through entertainment. It was so intimidating to me; how could I be a good teacher like that? How would I learn to 'perform' in front of an audience? The greatest knowledge that I gained was that I could be a successful trainer by simply being myself. Jason helped me to identify my innate strengths and develop those so that I could train in a way that was very comfortable and natural for me. My training style is now so genuine and effective, and I didn't have to try to be somebody that I'm not. There are a lot of people and books out there that will tell you that if you want to train well, you have to do x,y,z, and that's just not true for everybody. Jason's approach is very dynamic--you don't have to fit a specific mold to benefit from it."
Marissa Lipinski - Corporate Trainer
People won’t laugh unless they’re feeling good. And they don’t feel good until they feel safe. This simple concept has enormous ramifications for presenters. When people feel good and feel safe, they are inclined to laugh easily. Your listeners are much more likely to find your presentation enjoyable if you follow three easy steps.
Your audience will feel good if they feel good about you. So it’s important to endear yourself to the audience. You want everyone to be thinking, I like this presenter. What a warm, smart, interesting person.
You do this best by being yourself. Start by defining your particular presentation personality archetype. Once you do, and you act in accordance with that archetype, you can build rapport, have fun, and endear yourself to your audience. You’ll not only deliver better, more credible presentations that get your audience to feel good, but also—since the archetype defines you not only as a presenter, but as a person—you’ll be able to use the same skills in your everyday life.
Fascinators endear themselves by sharing wisdom and information that convinces and reassures the audience they are reliable sources. Here are top traits of Fascinators:
Performers endear through entertaining others. They love the spotlight and use their body language, their voice, and their words to physically model key concepts and explanations. They can express ideas in a way that makes the audience feel safe, and they can engage an audience with their whole being to make it feel good.
Inspirers endear with their spirit. They use their intuitive and caring nature to meet needs. This makes an audience feel safe. Their storytelling ability and their talent for conjuring up the perfect story to make a point makes the audience feel good. Here are top traits of Inspirers:
Energizers endear with their courage. They have an ability to build up the audience’s confidence and fire them up with energy to go out and get something done. This makes the audience members feel safe and good. Here are top traits of Energizers:
You don’t necessarily have to be funny in the joke-telling sense, but if you have made your audience feel safe and good, and if you are using a technique that is effective for your natural presentation style , you will entertain your audience. When you do that, you will often elicit laughter as a result.
There are five techniques to help you entertain an audience in your specific presentation style. Your challenge is to come up with ways to incorporate those techniques into your own presentation.
There are five ways fascinators can entertain and fascinate with their knowledge.
There are five ways performers can entertain and perform with their talents.
There are five inspirers can entertain and inspire with their stories.
There are five ways energizers can entertain and pump up an audience.
You just learned 29 practical techniques to engage and entertain your audience using the power of your natural strengths
Jason Teteak knows what it takes to Rule the Room. The master trainer and speaking presentation teacher has taught more than 50,000 people how to flawlessly command attention.
He’s won praise and a wide following for his original methods, his engaging style, and his knack for transferring communications skills via practical, simple, universal, and immediately actionable techniques.
Jason first made a reputation in the medical training industry, where he was known as “the presentation coach and trainer who trains the trainers.” Teteak’s attention to detail and precision in communicating definitive information was honed in serving this lifesaving industry.
In response to many requests, he began to offer personalized services and quickly developed a following as a private coach and a consultant whose clientele includes elite institutions, universities, and top corporate executives.
His new book, Rule the Room, was recently published in the summer of 2013. He has developed more than fifty presentation and communication training programs ranging in length from one hour to three days that serve as the basis for this unique, practical, and comprehensive course.