The Orderly Conversation: 4 Ways to Make Presenting to Leadership Easier

April 11, 2016 in Delivery, Greg Owen-Boger, Meetings, Posts for Buyers, Preparation, Presentation, Talent Development, The Orderly Conversation, Training

 

 

 

As talent development professionals, it’s essential for us to communicate effectively both inside and outside the training room. Our success and reputation depend on it. Too often—especially when communicating to business leadership—we miss the mark. We might fail to speak the language of the business, frustrating our listeners. Sometimes we’re not as efficient as we should be, wasting others’ time and goodwill.

These problems are not unique to learning and development, of course. But they are especially acute for us because we are always struggling to earn and keep a seat at the leadership table.

This blog post will focus on four things we can do to redefine business presentations and make presenting to leadership easier, more efficient, and more effective.

Read the full article, published April 7, 2016 at TD.org.

by Greg Owen-Boger, VP at Turpin Communication and co-author of the book, “The Orderly Conversation”