End to end presentation - Part 2 - On event Premium class

Fernando Rodriguez

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18 Videos (59m)
    • On managing ourselves in meetings - Intro

      1:15
    • On managing ourselves in meetings - Inner game

      7:40
    • On managing ourselves in meetings - Outer game - Intro

      0:41
    • On managing ourselves in meetings - Outer game - Non verbal communication

      0:30
    • On managing ourselves in meetings - Outer game - NVC - Gestures

      0:51
    • On managing ourselves in meetings - Outer game - NVC - Build Raport

      1:17
    • On managing ourselves in meetings - Outer game - NVC - Appearance 2/2

      1:24
    • On managing ourselves in meetings - Outer game - NVC - Facial expressions

      0:45
    • On managing ourselves in meetings - Outer game - NVC - Eye contact

      0:42
    • On managing ourselves in meetings - Outer game - NVC - How to manage fear

      2:01
    • On managing ourselves in meetings - Outer game - NVC - Haptics

      2:39
    • On managing ourselves in meetings - Outer game - NVC - Proxemics

      2:24
    • On managing ourselves in meetings - Outer game - NVC - Humor and playfulness

      1:24
    • On managing ourselves in meetings - Outer game - NVC - Personality traits

      3:19
    • Checking on event arrangements

      6:27
    • Time tracking

      6:46
    • Moderation

      11:59
    • Minute taking

      6:30

About This Class

In this second part of the course, we will take care of what to do when the moment arrives.

You'll have to have in mind that words and facts are not the only thing that matters. This section will cover all the things that you need to know to face a presentation, when you are in front of people.

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Fernando is a seasoned IT professional with 15 years of experience.

He Has worked as Technical Support, Product Owner, Project Manager and Program Manager for several different types of projects, across many disparate industries.

His professional experience has been enriched with the many trips he had to do, working from Czech Republic to Brazil and many cities within the US. Worked for the entertainment industry in Los Angeles and then decided to move to the banking industry, starting in San Francisco, moving to Columbus and then New York, where he currently lives.

Within all these projects he had to present endless times the product he was building as well as sell professional services to C-levels and other stakeholders for their buy-in.

Fernando holds a Systems Engineering degree from the Universidad Tecnologica Nacional (Argentina).