Be a better presenter. BE the BEST!

Do you excel in giving presentations and delivering training sessions?
Have you ever stood up to give a presentation and suddenly your brain sat down?
Would you like to deliver sessions that Impact, Instill and Inspire?

If you are considering a career as a trainer or professional speaker, then your first stop must be Delivering Extraordinary Training, a workshop run by International Speaker and Master Trainer, Dr Billy Kueek. Watch Billy as he engages and entertains his audience and you will understand why he is one of the most sought after trainers in the region. His unique style and delivery strategies always leave his audience clamoring for more, be it in his public workshops or training programs for corporate clients.

Whether you are going to make a five-minute speech at your company’s annual dinner or address a crowd of thousands at a conference, you must know how best to stand, speak and move in front of your audience. The workshop offers skills, tips and techniques such as how to open your presentation with impact and to deliver your presentations professionally so that you leave your audience engaged, energized and empowered.

Billy will share valuable insights into the training business from his personal experiences. After 17 years as a trainer and motivational speaker, Billy has a wealth of experience and stories that he will regale you with. Not only will you learn the essential and effective skills to deliver powerful sessions, you will hear the good, the bad and the ugly about the profession from Billy himself in his no-holds barred session.

During the workshop Delivering Extraordinary Training, Billy will lead participants through the pitfalls of the business, teach techniques to improve your presentations and training, and share his real-life experiences in his no-holds barred personal manner. Learn opening techniques that will impact the audience right from the start. Explore a myriad of delivery techniques that will continuously engage your audiences, regardless if it is a 2-hour or 2-day session, with 30 or 3,000 people!

Don’t let the inability to answer your participant’s questions jeopardize your credibility! With Billy’s Q&A Fielding Techniques, discover how you can handle questions confidently, even when you do not have the answer! Plus, do you know that even some of the most accomplished presenters and trainers today do not know what to do with their hands? Understand the meaning of your gestures and the do’s and don’ts when you are in the limelight.

Fear of public speaking? It is said in a recent survey that people would rather commit suicide than to speak in front of a crowd! Simply by applying some of Billy’s proven fear reducing techniques to equip yourself with a mindset of empowerment, you will be able to project confidence, charisma and communicate effectively. Nothing leaves a better impression than an impactful close, so learn how to end your presentation powerfully that leaves your audience craving for more.

Delivering Extraordinary Training is a workshop that is highly recommended for novice and seasoned trainers, speakers, presenters, leaders, managers and anyone that aspires to start in the exciting profession of training. Organized by Billy Kueek International and designed by Dr Billy Kueek himself, this workshop will create awareness and the possibility of exploring training as a secondary career, as well as to share techniques to enhance the presentation skills.

It also serves as a preview of what you will learn in Dr Billy Kueek’s signature program, the 5-day MasterClass Train The Trainerfor those who are serious about becoming a trainer. Globally rated as the most practical and intensive trainers’ training, this is a must-have training for aspiring trainers, professional trainers and speakers, and institutional trainers. On top of the excellent delivery styles and skills that the participants will be equipped with, they will now learn the essential business skills to excel in this industry as well.

As published in The Star, May 2014

As published in The Star, May 2014