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How to Run Seminars Workshops: Presentation Skills for Consultants, Trainers and Teachers ePub download

by Robert L. Jolles

  • Author: Robert L. Jolles
  • ISBN: 0471715875
  • ISBN13: 978-0471715870
  • ePub: 1274 kb | FB2: 1765 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Business Culture
  • Publisher: Wiley; 3 edition (August 12, 2005)
  • Pages: 300
  • Rating: 4.6/5
  • Votes: 326
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For more than a decade, Robert Jolles's How to Run Seminars and Workshops has taught tens of thousands .

For more than a decade, Robert Jolles's How to Run Seminars and Workshops has taught tens of thousands of people how to sell, teach, stand up, and deliver an effective training session on almost any subject in almost any setting. ROBERT L. JOLLES is President of Jolles Associates, In. an independent training consulting firm, and a training consultant for more than 100 Fortune 500 companies, more than fifty financial institutions, a dozen universities, and powerhouse corporations like Disney, Nortel, Toyota, and Xerox Corporation.

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Rob Jolles is a master at turning mere interest into lifelong impact through his seminars and workshops. The tactics and techniques he employs have been refined for more than 30 years and they are packaged here in a way that will help you elevate your next audience to a higher plane.

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Jolles Robert L. Presentation Skills for Consultants, Trainers, Teachers, and Salespeople". Make your message stick with expert help from this classic trainer's resource How to Run Seminars and Workshops is the classic guide for trainers and presenters in any industry. Packed with clear advice and real-world practicality, this book covers all aspects including planning, setup, delivery, coaching, and more-including valuable guidance on selling your services

Author Robert Jolles delivers more than 50 seminars each year. This book lets readers in on his secrets of the trade so that consultants, trainers, and teachers can make their own seminars popular, exciting, and effective.

Author Robert Jolles delivers more than 50 seminars each year.

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Developing the skill to conduct workshops and seminars requires a lot of time and effort, but it can lead to an exciting professional life and eventually pay huge dividends. Jolles offers tips for translating your special knowledge into a seminar or workshop presentation, from organizing your material to getting the right coaching to handling challenging characters from the audience. getAbstract recommends this useful guide; it’s a quick course in Professional Skills 101. About the Author.

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Most new trainers and presenters know all they need to know about their chosen subject. Unfortunately, few of them actually know how to present what they know. For more than a decade, Robert Jolles's How to Run Seminars and Workshops has taught tens of thousands of people how to sell, teach, stand up, and deliver an effective training session on almost any subject in almost any setting.

This new Third Edition updates this classic guide for anyone who has to get up and move an audience. Just as he did in the book's previous editions, Jolles-former head of Xerox's world-renowned "train the trainer" program-shares proven, effective techniques for winning over an audience, holding their interest, conveying important information, and moving that audience to take action! For seasoned pros, this is an invaluable tool for becoming a world-class seminar and workshop leader. For novices, it's a step-by-step self-teaching guide that provides the confidence and the techniques speakers need to survive and thrive in front of an audience.

Packed with straightforward, trustworthy advice, this reliable resource covers all the bases for today's professional trainers and speakers, including research and preparation, questioning techniques, pacing, visual aids, evaluation and support, feedback, and more:

Creating your own seminar business Recognizing different personalities and types of behavior Training groups with diverse needs On-site preparations Maintaining the audience's interest The latest technology and visual aids Giving feedback and coaching Presenting your best self to the audience Developing a training staff And, most important, how to sell your message

Trusted by thousands of professional trainers for the latest tactics and practices in seminar and workshop leadership, How to Run Seminars and Workshops, Third Edition is the ultimate guide for anyone who makes a living sharing what they know with others.

Mr_Mix
Robert Jolles has written a very readable and practical book on the ins and outs, the do's and don'ts of running seminars. He knows of what he speaks, as he has substantial scar tissue as a trainer for Xerox and as a self-employed training consultant. He has directed numerous "train the trainer" courses. Jolles has wit and insight and can help you avoid some common mistakes.

Much of the book, particularly toward the end, deals with the unique setting of corporate trainers and those who train other trainers. Personally, I found this less useful. Those looking for business advice on how to run and market seminars may also be disappointed, since that is not a focus of Jolle's book.

Worth perhaps the price of the book alone is Jolle's advice on how to go about writing a book. One of his early central ideas is that becoming an author of the book is nearly essential for establishing credibility for running your own seminars, workshops, and some of our business. He offers practical and excellent tips that have worked for him in being able to write a book and establish solid credibility.

If you are involved in delivering training programs, either in-house in a corporate setting or as an individual entrepreneur, this book is essential reading!
Natety
I am a former full-time trainer for JD Edwards (a big software company) and thought I knew everything about running seminars. But after I read Robert Jolles' book, I realized that there is a lot more to it than just standing in front of a group of people with a Powerpoint presentation and flipchart and talking about a subject.

This book offers the reader valuable tips on preparing for and delivering great seminars. Delivery is the key. Audiences are more demanding than ever and their time is valuable. One goal of a seminar leader is to entertain, not just teach.

Jolles makes the point in his book that conducting successful seminars is not just about transferring knowledge. It is about setting a pace, capturing the attention of an audience, and finishing with a positive end result.

I would highly recommend this book to anyone who is thinking about doing seminars or workshops.

Mitch Paioff, Author, Getting Started as an Independent Computer Consultant

Getting Started as an Independent Computer Consultant
happy light
I have to lead my first ever 2 hour workshop next month- while a 2 hour workshop pales in comparison to the kind of training Jolles prepares his readers for (all day, all week), there is SO much I can use and apply here, especially since I want to do more speaking engagements. I feel so much better after reading this and having a structure (UPPOPPR, baby!) to work from. I'm now actually looking forward to my workshop.
Madis
Full of good practical tips. Best book on the subject available. Love this guy. Stuff I can use tomorrow Emad this
Rocksmith
Seminars and workshops is an ongoing evolving medium. The book talks of audience, locations and how to address issues. It is important for the presenter to know or at least have a solid idea of the entrants so a vibrant seminar or workshop can be presented in a manner in which people will talk about it.....enjoy their time....become further entranced in the subject at hand. This book assists with that development.
Vizuru
Robert Jolles describes all of the steps in running your own workshops and seminars or working in the training department. Writing your own book. Developing a process of training that helps the trainer and the audience. Visual aid management. Trainee evaluation. All of the steps are in a simple, easy to read book. There are also parts of the book that will help develop and improve skills for sales professionals.
Nilarius
Good resource book. Lots of good ideas.
really sets the objectives on how to host conferences, seminars and workshops! Nice purchase
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