One of the keys to successful presentations is the proper format for particular content. For example, if you’ve seen Andy give a 90-minute seminar, similar content might not work well in a 30-minute dinner presentation format.
Andy will work with you to meet your goals for the audience, by adjusting the content to fit the situation. After all, trying to fit a half-gallon of milk in a quart container doesn’t work all that well.
- Keynote and General Sessions
- Breakfast-Lunch-or-Dinner Presentations
- Small-Session Presentations and Coaching
Physical layout also has great influence over presentation success. Some sessions need classroom style; others do not. Meal presentations work better if round tables are set for 6 out of 8 places, in a horseshoe fashion, so no one has their back to a presenter.
Working out the room set-up, audio-visual support, and related logistics matters.