Sims Wyeth, a well-known communications consultant to the pharmaceutical, financial services, and professional services verticals, announces the return of his highly praised executive education seminars. The seminar is an experiential learning process for business people who must speak persuasively to groups.
Wyeth’s seminar, entitled ‘Presenting for Results’, will take place on Feb 22 & 23 at the elegant Upper Montclair Country Club, right off Route 3 near the Garden State Parkway.
Presenting for Results is a two-day executive education experience that will improve the impact and appeal of any business communicator. Attendees include consultants, project managers, researchers, sales executives, and knowledge workers of all stripes who seek to sell themselves and their ideas.
Prior executive education seminars hosted by Wyeth drew praise from attendees.
Vic McKee, Vice President of AstraZeneca said of Wyeth’s seminar, “This is the best speaker training I have been through in my 24 years in the industry.”
Kristen Larpinsky, Professional Science Liaison at Agouron Pharmaceuticals, commented, “Best advanced training I’ve had. Good group size allowed for individual attention and support.”
During the Presenting for Results seminar, attendees will learn how to:
- organize presentation content to create understanding and retention;
- build a connection with an audience of any size;
- design Power Point presentations for cognitive outcome;
- develop confidence, presence and expressiveness.
The program is grounded in the practice of classical rhetoric, recent findings in cognitive and educational psychology, and theater training. Wyeth is a classically trained actor, and former faculty member of the Tisch School of the Arts at New York University, The New School for Social Research, The Actor’s and Director’s Lab, and The Michael Chekhov Studio.
“Participants will learn to save time preparing, reduce their anxiety, and look good in high stakes moments, ” says Wyeth. “Being able to hold your own in front of a crowd is a career skill you cannot do without.”
Space in Wyeth’s seminar is very limited to allow for interaction, discussion and demonstration.
About Sims Wyeth
Founded in 1996, the company (simswyeth.com) has assisted corporate clients across many industries to develop high stakes presenters: People who are capable of igniting change, inducing belief, and driving key business initiatives.
To that end, the firm provides services in message development, presentation design, speech writing, and personal impact.