Nathan Gold

Presentation Coach, Trainer, and Speaker

Founders School LIVE - Q&A: Mastering the Unpredictable with Nathan Gold

November 19, 2014 - 3:30 pm central

Nathan Gold - Kauffman Founders School LIVE (Kauffman Foundation Conference Center, Kansas City, MO)

"Preparing for a pitch is one thing entrepreneurs usually spend a lot of time on. However, most people do not prepare for the Q&A session that typically follows a presentation. In fact, most people are actually answering questions for longer than when they are formally presenting. But not as effectively as they could be!

On Wednesday, November 19, internationally recognized presentation and pitch coach Nathan Gold will be presenting a workshop from 3:30-5 p.m. CT that is going to help people become more aware of what they are doing or could be doing during a Q&A session in order to be seen as more persuasive, credible, and likeable. If you want to see how to get prepared to answer any question you are ever asked, join us via Livestream next Wednesday evening.  JOIN US IN PERSON:  REGISTER HERE >

 

Workshop: How to captivate any audience

White Summers law firm in Redwood City, California is hosting my workshop called, How to captivate any audience in less than 30-seconds. This is primarily for entrepreneurs who need to more concisely and succinctly present or pitch their products/services to investors and customers.

Seating is limited to the first 25 people who register. There are also 10 seats available at Early Bird pricing. Here are the details to the workshop:


sli.do gives your audience a voice

Whenever presenters stand up in front of a room full of people, they are usually armed with the normal tools people use such as PowerPoint, KeyNote, or Prezi. However, none of these tools allows the presenter to engage the audience when they have questions or when you want to poll them for an answer before moving on.

sli.do is an amazing tool that takes care of the lack of audience participation by literally giving your audience a voice. Using their smartphone or laptop, the audience members can use sli.do to ask a question of the presenter or participate in a poll for instant results and feedback.

I highly recommend sli.do for everyone who presents. It will likely add a bit of confidence to your talk because you know that you can engage your audience in a new way using sli.do.


The web's community of communities

Several people recommended adding Disqus to my site as a way to engage a larger audience who are comfortable leaving messages and interacting with this tool. So, it is now part of my Blog comments for all to use and interact with each other and me.