Giving presentations to attorneys is an excellent way to showcase your expertise. Give your presentation the best chance of being successful by following these 5 pillars of presentations, also known as the five P’s of Presentations.
When you find out you’ll be giving a presentation to attorneys, it’s time to start planning. Research your audience.
Listen in as Pat Iyer chats about these points
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This is what I suspect is true:
- You want to present your expertise so effectively that attorneys will line up to speak to you after your talk.
- And, you know that there is a lot to master in order to effectively give a talk.
- You need to feel prepared and confident when you stand in front of your attorney audience.
How can you stand up in front of attorneys feeling confident and prepared? How can you eliminate that nagging worry that you’ve overlooked an important detail? I have a brand-new free checklist to share with you. It is called Presentation to Attorneys Checklist. It will take you through the before, during and after phases of giving a talk to attorneys so that you are ready to make the most of this opportunity to share your knowledge – and gain clients.
Pat Iyer has been a legal nurse consultant since 1987. She also built a successful LNC business that included testifying as an expert fact witness for 25 years. Pat has written or edited 48 of her own books