Join us February 1, 2017!

Many executives and sales professionals have this problem… they struggle to create presentations that grab the attention of their audience, develop deeper levels of trust, and sell their ideas faster.

This typically leads to aggravation, stress and fear of giving presentations.

Mike Davis fixes this!

So how do you rise above the day-to-day ‘noise’ so that you can stand out from the crowd?

One proven method to grab the attention of others and keep their interest is telling stories. Storytelling goes back to our earliest ancestors. However, not just any narrative will work in the business world.

If you want to craft and deliver meaningful and memorable messages, then ‘Stand OUT Storytelling’ is for you. Attend this entertaining, informative and interactive program and you will pick up the tools that enable you to:

  • Become better known in your field
  • Create more opportunities
  • Develop greater enjoyment of business presentations
  • Feel more confidence and satisfaction in your work

We look forward to seeing you at ExecuNet on February 1!

About Mike Davis…….Mike teaches the tools that allow you to create and deliver messages that resonate with audiences, inspire others, and compel people to do business with you. In 2011 he earned the designation of Certified World Class Speaking Coach from Craig Valentine, professional speaker and World Champion of Public Speaking, and Mitch Meyerson, best-selling author.

Mike has worked with TED x Cincinnati to help their speakers craft and deliver stories that deeply impacted the audiences and has authored ‘THE Book on Storytelling’​ and the Kindle book series ‘Sell More With Stories.’

Mike works with professionals worldwide to teach them these critical skills. In addition. He has worked with companies to teach communication skills and include: Johnson & Johnson, General Electric, and Messer Construction.

February 1, 2017

8:30 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.

Scout Achievement Center

10078 Reading Road

Cincinnati, OH  45241

Register here!

Date: February 1, 2017
Time: 8:30 a.m.- 10:30 a.m.
Event: Sell Yourself with Standout Storytelling!
Topic: Stand Out Storytelling: Sell with Your Stories!
Public: Public

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