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7 C's of Effective Presentations & Sales Skills

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Quick reference to effective public speaking and sales skills. Presented by Trevor Ambrose.

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7 C's of Effective Presentations & Sales Skills

  1. 1. C’s of Effective Presentations & Sales
  2. 2. CONVERSATIONAL Use the words “YOU” and “YOUR” during your presentation and pitch to gain a more conversational style to connect , relate and to look natural.
  3. 3. CONTROL The person who is asking the questions, is controlling the conversation.
  4. 4. CLARITY Use the words “WHICH MEANS” and “BECAUSE ” after you make a point.
  5. 5. COMPETENCE If you want them to listen, mention your credibility.
  6. 6. CONCISE Stay on topic Get to the point Shorten your sentences
  7. 7. CONVICTION Be passionate about your topic and know your facts
  8. 8. CONFIDENT Prepare thoroughly Practise content and delivery Believe in what you present
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