We’ve been talking a lot about presentations this month and I couldn’t be more excited. If there is one thing that gives me an adrenalin rush, it is giving a presentation. Sure, I get nervous sometimes, but I guess the performer in me loves the opportunity to overcome the challenge.
Many of us have had occasion to deliver a presentation to our firm’s attorneys, or have helped assemble a persuasive pitch targeting a prospective client. For many years, PowerPoint has been law firms’ go-to application for these purposes.
On August 5, the LMA Capital Chapter hosted a webinar titled Selling Success – How to Engage, Persuade & Affect Change Through Presentation, presented by James Ziglar of The Ziglar Group. In his presentation, James shared best practices for creating and giving effective presentations. With the follo
It’s no great surprise to any one of us that attorneys can be a tough crowd, especially when it comes to marketing and business development initiatives. Walking into a room full of partners can be daunting in and of itself; we all want to make sure we communicate efficiently and effective
Mark Twain once said, “If you want me to give you a two-hour presentation, I am ready today. If you want only a five-minute speech, it will take me two weeks to prepare.” His statement conveys the challenges of exercising brevity in our communications. While many have traditionally believed that lon