Comercial Moderna

Medellín , Colombia

info@comercialmoderna.com

A great presentation is an important tool for fostering a constructive dialogue and gaining support for your company’s financial and project needs. It’s also among the most effective ways to demonstrate your expertise and leadership front of the board.

It is crucial to think about the purpose of your presentation to the board and to be clear on what you’re trying to accomplish. It is important to make your board members feel they got a lot of value from your presentation. It could be a discussion about the successes and challenges of the previous quarter or an outline of your goals for the upcoming quarter. It could also mean discussing current issues that hinder us from achieving our bold, and hairy goal.

In addition to knowing what you hope to achieve with your anchor presentation, it’s important to know the type of response you’re expecting from the board. Boards are typically concerned with a number of things: risk, long-term value and how your plans align with the overall strategy of the company. If you can address their concerns early in your presentation and give them a good sense of the issues they face they’ll be more likely to back you and your ideas.

It is recommended to practice your presentation several times before you present it before the audience. This will help you be more confident and will help you avoid saying ‘um or fumbling through your words. It’s also recommended to try testing your presentation with other people and ask them for feedback.

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