Bob Rue Presentation Skills Workshop

Net Impact invites you to join Bob Rue of ANE for a workshop on presentation skills. In today’s business environment good presentation skills are a required skill set. How do you communicate with confidence and develop trust with your audience? How do you keep them engaged to ensure your information gets across?

Where: Antioch University New England

40 Avon Street
Keene, NH 03431

Room TBA

When: Friday March 12, 2010

11 am – 12:30 pm

Contact: John Costa

(301) 257-5654

Sasha Purpura

The event is free and open to all ANE Green MBA students. Please RSVP for the event by March 8, 2010. Look for an Email invite coming soon!

Bob Rue will be conducting a workshop on honing your presentation skills to communicate your message with clarity. A good speaker can reduce the audience’s anxiety and opposition while developing trust. The workshop will focus on topic introduction, distilling complex information, presenting naturally vs reading a script or using notes, guiding the audience, and closing-out a presentation with impact.

About Bob Rue:

Bob is currently an adjunct faculty member in the department of Organization & Management here at Antioch. He teaches Organizational Change Models and Applications in the fall semester and Organizational Strategy and Decision-Making in the spring semester. His areas of interest are leadership development, self-managing teams, strategic planning and execution, large group interventions, board development, group dynamics and facilitation, adult learning, process consultation, interpersonal communication, and presentation skills.

Bob co-founder of Myers Rue Training & Consulting. His clients are in the commercial, not-for-profit, collegiate, and public sector. He has consulted and coached CEOs before major public events such as initial public stock offerings and testimony before the Nuclear Regulatory Commission.
Bob has an MS from Antioch and a BA in Industrial Arts from Kent State University. His other credentials include a Certification in Organization Development from the National Training Laboratories for Applied Behavioral Science (NTL Institute).


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