Penna Powers to Host Presenter Evolution Series Sessions at Salt Lake Community College
Salt Lake City — Mike Brian, author of Presenter Evolution and CEO of Penna Powers, will host three half-day training sessions on consecutive Thursdays, beginning March 19 (9 a.m.-12 p.m.), at the Miller Free Enterprise Center (9750 South 300 West) at Salt Lake Community College in Sandy, Utah.
Brian, who has over 30 years of experience in developing, coaching and delivering professional presentations, will lead students and business professionals through his innovative approach to presenting and public speaking. He will provide insight on his revolutionary Cadence Charting System, which will enable presenters to combine the information for their presentations with the desired emotions needed to move their audience. The workshops will take participants deep into the three key areas people must have to improve their presentation skills.
“Presentation skills are the most overlooked and underdeveloped skills in corporate America today,” said Brian. “People get promoted and soon find themselves needing more training for storytelling and public speaking. This program offers participants with different skill levels the opportunity to learn techniques that will quickly make them better presenters and have a positive impact on their careers.”
Presenter Evolution Training Sessions
• Presenter Skills Development: March 19
with Storytelling: April 2
Register by Feb. 1 for a 20% early bird discount with code P2EBIRD20. Following the early bird date, participants can SAVE $25 off each ticket when they buy multiple days.
Penna Powers Workshops
Penna Powers also offers private professional development
workshops for businesses. Designed to increase the effectiveness of your team,
our workshops will help develop the skills to become better presenters,
leaders, storytellers and influencers. The workshops are 3-4 hours and are customizable
depending on your needs. Click
here for more information.
About Penna Powers
In 1984, four guys with experience from top-name agencies from around the country got together for one simple purpose—smart marketing. They realized that out-of-the-box thinking and strategic planning had been lost. Advertising in Utah had just become creative order taking. What the partners discovered is that their idea of smart marketing just happened to be what a lot of companies were looking for. It made people laugh, think and even cry. But, more importantly, it made them commit and purchase. Today, Penna Powers has matured into one of Utah’s largest and most respected agencies, commanding a repertoire of marketing and communication tools that rivals that of any agency in the nation.