Thursday, February 18, 2021
6:00pm - 7:30pm
Project managers are no strangers to standing before people. These days, rather than showing up in person, you must present more while sitting at a computer virtually. If you want to be perceived well during this time of virtual meetings, don’t lose your professionalism. Your most masterful presentation is only one lesson away with this presentation by speaking coach JD Clockadale. When project managers speak, it's not just about the material or the numbers. What you say and how you say it matters. JD knows just how to help leaders nail a report. This valuable skill is important in leading stakeholders through a project as well as demonstrating progress to leadership.
Also, when you are in a networking situation, you’ll gain tips to help you communicate with confidence.
Guests attending this session will learn how to:
He holds a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering as well as an MBA in Entrepreneurship and Innovation from the Georgia Institute of Technology. He is also an adjunct lecturer for business communications in Georgia Tech’s Scheller College of Business MBA program.
When not helping AEC firms compete in short-list presentations, JD is a community leader who was one of the founders of the City of Brookhaven in 2012, and today serves on the Board of Appeals for Brookhaven. He is an active donor to the Navy SEAL Foundation, and helps former special operations soldiers transition to private sector careers.
1 PDU: Leadership
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