CRITICAL PITCHES AND PRESENTATIONS

BOARD PRESENTATIONS

Board members often report that the presentations they receive can be ineffective and frustrating.  Common issues centre around poor time management, using board time for resume building, rambling, detail-fixated presenters, confusing materials and weak presentation skills.

Company Directors, Board members and senior stakeholders, as well as shareholders, are both time-starved and – contrary to some beliefs – keen to help.  They need presenters to get straight to the point and to be well prepared.  Templar offers small group and 1:1 training that address key elements from preparation through to execution.  Participants will come away with new skills and practices to deliver what the board needs, engaging effectively and concisely, delivering actionable decision points, and when appropriate, driving thoughtful discussion.

To find out more about how we can help with board presentations, please contact us at sales@templaradvisors.com or send an enquiry >

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