Freelancers can gain a lot of traction in promoting themselves as experts in their fields by speaking, presenting, and training. But many presenters, especially new ones, tend to be reluctant to let go of PowerPoint and rely on themselves and their audience to keep a group engaged. The key is to give the audience a voice and let them contribute content in real-time for a more powerful group-centered presentation than the speaker alone could ever hope to do on her own.
Leslie Hancock provides comprehensive business communications services, including writing, editing, speaking, presenting, researching, marketing, project management, creative talent supervision, trade show representation, and social media community management.
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1315 Barbara Jordan Boulevard
Austin, TX 78723
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