Secrets to Creating a Great Presentation

Learn how to delight, inspire and engage an audience.

Want to know the inside scoop on how to create a TED Talk? It turns out, one of the secrets for TED speakers is to try NOT to give a TED talk, and instead, create a moment. To find out the secret on how to give a great presentation – whether it be at a conference event, or just a really great sales presentation, we sat down with communications coach Bronwyn Saglimbeni. Bronwyn has coached more than 150 speakers to deliver TED, TEDx and TEDglobal talks as well as worked with business executives and celebrities to prepare for everything from investor relations meetings to appearances on Oprah.

In this episode, part one of a two-part conversation, Bronwyn shares her insights to help everyone delight, inspire and engage an audience and shares her framework to construct a presentation that connects with the audience. She shares her advice on how to capture stories, get in the mind of the audience and how to deliver moments of change to create a truly memorable presentation.

About our guest, Bronwyn Saglimbeni:

Bronwyn is a communications coach and the principal of Bronwyn Communications. Over the past 20 years, she has worked with hundreds of people, logging thousands of coaching hours helping clients prepare for big moments on shows such as American Idol, Real Time with Bill Maher, Bloomberg TV, CNBC’s Power Lunch, The Oprah Winfrey Show, the Home Shopping Network, and PBS NewsHour.

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September 4, 2019