SOURCE: Training Axis

Training Axis

July 12, 2011 15:34 ET

Training Axis Announces New "Compelling Presentations" Course; Tells Las Vegas Managers, "Don't Just Stand There, Really Say Something"

Open-Enrollment Course Takes Place July 19, 20

LAS VEGAS, NV--(Marketwire - Jul 12, 2011) - Las Vegas' leading management training company, Training Axis, is hosting a series of open-enrollment management training classes this summer, starting with the foundational two-day course, "Compelling Presentations." The class, held July 19 and 20 at MGM University, is open to the public, meaning anyone can enroll, regardless of company, position, title or length of time in current position.

"Being able to effectively communicate the company's message is perhaps the single most important management task," said Training Axis founder and president Kim Marie Rebeiro. "In 'Compelling Presentations,' we use a series of proven tactics to help managers at all levels improve their skills dramatically in a short period of time. After completion, managers won't just stand there; they will really say something."

In a recent blog post, Dr. Nick Morgan, one of America's top communication theorists, said that bad presentations can damage an organization. He writes: "If a leader of an organization gives a bad speech, some portion of the audience will conclude one of the following things:

  • The company has lackluster leadership and therefore, won't do well in the future,
  • The organization is wasting my time; I should look elsewhere for another job,
  • This company is an embarrassment, and it doesn't deserve my best efforts."

Training Axis' "Compelling Presentations" course will help managers avoid the pitfalls of bad and potentially damaging communication. Attendees will learn how to plan and organize professional presentations, create and maintain a positive impression, be more natural and relaxed, communicate ideas with clarity and force, and to sell ideas and inspire others.

Training Axis' "Compelling Presentations" course involves interactive coaching based on working from strengths rather than weaknesses. The class also involves dynamic interaction with audiences and active participation.

Enrollment for "Compelling Presentations" is available now, and seating is extremely limited. For information and reservations, visit or call (702) 260-0345.

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