Get Heard! Insights for Communicating Technical Topics to
Non-Technical Audiences

Keynote

Best Audience: Technical conference, association meeting for people in technical fields who struggle with effectively presenting complex information

Get Heard: communicating technical topics keynote & workshop with shelley row

 

Do you or your team present difficult or complicated material to the public, elected officials, executives, or other decision-makers?  Are they pressed for time and have little knowledge or background in what you are presenting?

If so, you only get one chance to make a great impression.

This program will provide tips, tools and solutions to convert technical material into information that is quickly and clearly understandable to non-technical audiences.

Research in neuroscience reveals insightful tips that aid in retention.

Learning objectives:

  • Delve deeply into your audience so that you know what you want from them and what they want from you.
  • Simplify and organize the content. Make it clear, understandable and brain-friendly.
  • Use neuroscience tips to design memorable presentations that work.

Workshop

Best Audience: Corporate training, technical conference or association meeting breakout session for people in technical fields who struggle with effectively presenting complex information. Also suitable as a webinar.

There’s a lot at stake. You must effectively communicate your work to a client, prospective client, elected officials, executives, or the public who have little time and less background in the subject area. You get one chance and it needs to go well.

Get your people the coaching they need to be effective and unforgettable communicators. Use research in neuroscience to enhance audience connection and relevance. Through this interactive workshop, your audience is coached through the steps to convert technical material into information that is quickly and clearly understandable to non-technical audiences. With their next presentation in mind, they leave with practical approaches that are put into practice immediately. Stop “death by PowerPoint” now.

Learning Objectives:

  • Delve deeply into your audience so that you know what you want from them and what they want from you.
  • Simplify and organize the content. Make it clear, understandable and brain-friendly.
  • Use neuroscience tips to design memorable presentations that work.