Administrator: Address Your Department
 
Give a Seamless Administrative Presentation
Gracefully give an administrative presentation that keeps the right participants engaged, involved and excited about what you have to say.
Learn The Proven Techniques To:
  •  Communicate your ideas as a leader and gain support for your goals
  •  Captivate your audience
  •  Manage pace
  •  Handle small talk
  •  Stay in control
  •  Show confidence during presentations and meetings
 
30-Day Money-Back Guarantee
Includes:
  •  1 1/2+ hours of on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  •    Access on mobile, tablet and desktop
 
What You’re About To Discover…
  • How to prepare and organize yourself and your material so that you feel more comfortable presenting it…
  •  An easy system for practicing and improving your presentation so your audience can’t wait to hear what you have to say next…
  •  12 signs that you are nervous and the exact steps to appear totally calm on the outside even if you’re feeling nervous on the inside…
  • Effective strategies regularly come across as confident and credible…
  •  The exact steps to use media, mysteries and questions to get engagement even during afternoon sessions or long presentations…
  •  And much, much more
 
Course Breakdown
  •  Module One: Introduction and Welcome
 
  • Gracefully give an administrative presentation that keeps the right participants engaged, involved and excited about what you have to say. You’ll learn how to communicate your ideas as a leader and gain support for your goals. You’ll learn how to captivate your audience, manage pace, handle small talk, stay in control, and show confidence during presentations and meetings. Training leaders to be persuasive and communicate ideas effectively is one of our specialties. We understand the unique problems that leaders and administrators face. And, because we model every skill we teach, you won’t just learn WHAT works for leaders in a position of influence, you’ll learn exactly HOW to do it.
 
  •  Module Two: Prepare Your Presentation
 
  • Prepare and organize yourself and your material so that you feel more comfortable presenting it. It’s important to remember that adults all tune in to one radio station: WIIFM, “What’s In It For Me?” You’ll learn how to prepare an agenda that applies to them right away so that they can easily see how it will benefit them.
 
  •  Module Three: Connect With Your Audience
 
  •  Immediately captivate any audience so they can’t wait to hear what you have to say next. Many leaders suffer from what Chip Heath and Dan Heath described as “the curse of knowledge” in an article in the Harvard Business Review (December 2006): “. . . once we know something . . . we find it hard to imagine not knowing it. Our knowledge has ‘cursed’ us. We have difficulty sharing it with others, because we can’t readily re-create their state of mind. In the business world, managers and employees, marketers and customers, corporate headquarters and the front line, all rely on ongoing communication but suffer from enormous information imbalances.” You’ll learn how to break that curse.
 
  •  Module Four: Show Confidence
 
  •  Regularly come across as confident and credible. From having observed thousands of presentation, I can tell you where most people go wrong here: they know their subject very well, but their language, voice, facial expressions, and body language don’t show confidence. You’ll learn why and where your audience may find you lack credibility. Remember: to seem credible, what you actually know matters less than what your audience thinks you know.
 
  •  Module Five: Overcome Nervousness and Fear
 
  •  Appear totally calm on the outside even if you’re feeling nervous on the inside. I like to use the example of a duck. When it’s swimming, underneath the water it’s paddling like the dickens, but the people on the banks or shore don’t see all that effort. They just see the duck gliding smoothly and confidently across the water. You will learn how to create the same illusion. You don’t want your paddling and nervous efforts to be obvious. Discover if you display any of the habits that betray your anxious state.
 
  •  Module Six: Convince With Your Voice
 
  • Use your tone to make staff, students and faculty want to listen to you more. To be effective as an oral communicator, there are three things you need to do: (1) choose your words wisely, (2) find your optimal pace, volume, and tone, (3) master inflection to create special effects. You’ll learn all three.
 
  •  Module Seven: Command With Your Body
 
  • Use your body and facial expressions to set yourself apart as a leader. From all the anecdotal evidence I have accumulated from my years of doing and observing presentations, I have no doubt that facial expressions and body language play a major role in whatever impression you make on your audience. Let’s make them better.
 
  •  Module Eight: Keep Their Attention
 
  • Ensure your audience is so engaged, even at this time, that their minds will never wander. You have to show your audience that in order to get the information they’ve come to hear, they have to listen to you. This advice seems deceptively obvious. I tell it to people who’ve come to me for presentation advice and they nod in agreement, as if to say, “Got it.” But they haven’t, until now.
 
  •  Module Nine: Manage Media Impact
 
  • Use media to get more people to listen to you. By August 2012, it was estimated that 350 PowerPoint presentations are given each second across the globe. So the mere fact that you’re putting on a slide show in connection with your presentation isn’t very compelling. Certainly how it looks may set it apart, and I will discuss some techniques for making your graphics look good. But before you decide what kind of visuals you’ll use and when you’ll use them, you have to think about why you are using them.
 
  •  Module Ten: Control the Pace
 
  • Manage the pace of meetings, public presentations and 1 on 1 conversations so that you always end on time. I’m going to teach you how to calibrate your message so no matter what happens in your presentation, you can get it back on track. You’ll learn how to: create a timetable, manage audience question periods and adjust as you go.
 
  •  Module Eleven: Control the Pace
 
  • Credibly invite and answer any question that gets asked of you…even if you don’t know the answer. If you handle questions well, you meet your audience’s needs, which earns you credibility and respect; you keep the audience focused and engaged, and you look like the leader that you are.
 
  •  Module Twelve: Minimize Distractions
 
  • Stay in charge no matter what’s happening or who’s talking. It’s important to understand the motivation of people who are at a presentation. They are often people who were required to attend, and they resent it. They come with an attitude that is not conducive to learning or to useful dialogue. Learn how to handle them and even harness that energy into a positive atmosphere.
 
  •  Module Thirteen Close to Applause
 
  • Close a meeting, presentation or conversation so others feel good about what you had to say. I was at a national health care conference a few years ago. One of the presenters finished, signed off with sincerity and warmth, and promised to stick around. The handclapping had been spirited. As they filed out, people were talking to one another and there was a feeling of energy in the room. “Wow!” someone said. “You said it!” someone else agreed. “That was an amazing presentation!” Learn how he did it.
 
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Includes 13 modules and 1 1/2+ hours of success-proven tools and techniques!
 
30-Day Money-Back Guarantee
Includes:
  •  1 1/2+ hours of on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  •    Access on mobile, tablet and desktop
 
About the Instructor
Jason Teteak
Author, Keynote & TEDx Speaker, CEO Rule the Room
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.
Try Administrator Today
 
Includes 13 modules and 1 1/2+ hours of
 success-proven tools and techniques!
 
30-Day Money-Back Guarantee
Includes:
  •  1 1/2+ hours of on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  •    Access on mobile, tablet and desktop
 
a WORD From our fans
”Jason gave one of the most impressive and engaging mini-training 's that I’ve ever seen. It was a short 15 minute one on one ‘How to launch an effective presentation.’ "
-Todd ElkinProject & Product Manager
"I conquered my fear in my last presentation. Thanks to Jason, I was able to give my presentation effectively in front of a crowd without the security of a podium or table."
Payvand Moaddel Associate Software Engineer
”Your presentation was extremely helpful. I had thought my presentation was all but finished. Then I attended the webinar and learned that I had committed most of the sins of PowerPoint and was preparing to lead my attendees to a slow and painful death by PowerPoint. Yikes! I had always thought the PowerPoint was the presentation and needed to stand alone on its own. Probably because I see so many like that.”
- Gregory Hopson , University of Iowa
”Jason is a master at understanding people. What has been interesting to me is that Jason uses his own techniques to
“rule the room.”

Jeremy WrightProject Manager
“The presentation skills courses I have taken from Jason have really helped me gain credibility with my customers. That has increased my confidence, and has also fueled me to improve my internal communication skills..."
Sarah Bottjen Epic Project Management/Implementation Director
Give a Seamless Administrative Presentation
Try Administrator Today
 
Includes 13 modules and 1 1/2+ hours of
 success-proven tools and techniques!
 
30-Day Money-Back Guarantee
Includes:
  •  1 1/2+ hours of on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  •    Access on mobile, tablet and desktop