Why Would So Many People Rather Be Dead Than Speak in Front of an Audience?
Learn how to give powerful, professional presentations The Key Group, Pittsburgh PA The Key Group Main Web Site Dr. Joanne G. Sujansky - Certified Public Speaker Contact The Key Group Helpful Books subjects such as How to Fire an Employee, Manage and Master Change, and Creating a Vibrant Entreprenurial Organization

Learn How to Give the Best Presentation of Your Life

Preview this eBook

Download the first chapter to preview How To Give the Best Presentation of Your Life eBook

Your boss has asked you to give a presentation on your work at the next company meeting. You tell her you'd be happy to. But that sinking sensation in the pit of your stomach tells you otherwise. You want to run away to some place, any place far away. And you think, "Oh no! What did I do to deserve this? Somebody, anybody, please save me."

The day of your presentation arrives. Fifty people are gathered, waiting for you to begin. Your boss introduces you in glowing terms. You get up slowly from your chair and walk to the front of the room, notes in hand. You arrive in the lectern, place your notes down, and look out at the gathering of faces before you. Then it happens.

The palms of your hands suddenly grow cold and clammy. Your mouth goes dry as parched sand. Your knees wobble a bit. You shift from one foot to the other. And your mind goes blank like a person dazed and confused. You stammer for a second or two and let out a couple of ums and ahs. You look down at your notes and launch into your talk as best you can.

Somehow, you manage to get through it. But you think, “Never again. Not for all the money in the universe do I want to go through that again.”

Well, relax. You don’t have to read on.

What Makes Talking in Front of Others So Bad?

It's the anxiety and fear of failing in front of others. Stand-up comic and television star, Jerry Seinfeld, once quipped, "Most people would rather be dead than speak in public. So I guess if there's a funeral, you're better off in the coffin than giving the eulogy."

It doesn’t have to be that way. Not any more, thanks to How to Give the Best Presentation of Your Life, brought to you by Dr. Joanne G. Sujansky, Founder and CEO of KEYGroup.

As she tells it, “Speaking isn’t always a talent people are born with. But it is definitely a skill you can learn.”

Dr. Sujansky has distilled what she has learned on her way to becoming a professional speaker. And based on her own experience and the hundreds of clients she has consulted with over the past 25 years, she has created How to Give the Best Presentation of Your Life.

You don’t have to be a speaking professional to benefit from her experience. But chances are, your forward career path depends on your ability to speak publicly. Like it or not, your next promotion may come not because of how smart you are, but on how well you get your message across to others

That’s why you need How to Give the Best Presentation of Your Life – the e-book that provides you with everything you need to start maximizing your presentation skills. Here are just some of the skills you will learn when you read this e-book:

  • 3 Best Ways to Prepare for Your Presentation.
  • How to Establish a Commanding Presence in 5 Seconds.
  • The Best Voice Level for You.
  • What Singers Know About Breathing That You Should Know.
  • How to Use Words that Create Resonance and Receptivity.
  • Responding to Audience Questions with Maximum Impact.

But that’s not all. When you order How to Give the Best Presentation of Your Life, you’ll also receive free of charge KEYNotes, the e-zine from KEYGroup! Each month, you’ll get her latest tips on a host of practical business issues.

So don’t wait. Take the next step and start adding life and enthusiasm to your presentations. Order your copy now of Dr. Sujansky’s How to Give the Best Presentation of Your Life and boost your career momentum.
Keep your employees from going elsewhere with this helpful and insightful eBook on sale now!
Only $15.00

Order your copy of How to Give the Best Presentation of Your Life now!

Click Here to Learn More or to Order


KEYGroup All-in-one eBook Bundle

This bundle includes:


30 Minute Phone Consultation
Knowing your potential is a key factor in your continued success. You have probably already mastered your technical skills, and your creative juices flow continually like a waterfall in the tropics. But one morning, you look in the mirror and say, “Now what”? The challenges of leadership are frequently being thrown at you. Issues that develop in the office make you feel like you are sleeping on a bed of nails. Your team doesn’t understand the priorities, your boss is hard to pin down, and you have inherited a new department in addition to the one that you are currently running. How do you face daily issues that require resolution immediately every seven minutes?

Giving up is not the answer. KEYGroup® Consultants can help you to move your leadership and management skills to the next level. Call 724-942-7900 to schedule a 30 minute phone session to help you become a better leader!

The Performance Indictator
The Performance Indicator™ is a DISC-type assessment that reveals an individual’s job performance and aspects of  their personality that could impact their fit with their manager, coworkers and team. It is used primarily for motivating and coaching employees and resolving post-hire conflict and performance issues.

This assessment specifically measures an individual’s motivational intensity and behaviors related to productivity, quality of work, initiative, teamwork, problem solving, and adapting to change, as well as response to stress, frustration, and conflict. The output from this assessment serves as a “manager’s operating manual” for an employee, which helps managers better motivate, coach, and communicate with the employee. It also helps to predict and minimize conflict among co-workers, and provides crucial information for improving team selection and performance. 
Cost $125.00 – Includes the assessment and a 30 minute debrief.

PXT Assessment
This assessment measures how well a candidate fits a specific job in your organization. The “job matching” feature in this assessment is unique, and it enables you to evaluate an individual relative to the qualities required to successfully perform a specific job. It is used throughout the employee life cycle for selection, on-boarding, managing and strategic workforce planning.

This assessment reveals consistent, in-depth, and objective insight into an individual’s thinking and reasoning style, relevant behavioral traits, occupational interests, and match to specific jobs in your organization. It helps your managers interview and select people who have the highest probability of being successful in a role, and provides practical recommendations for coaching them to maximum performance. It also gives your organization consistent language and metrics to support strategic workforce and succession planning, talent management and reorganization efforts.    
Cost $275.00 – Includes the assessment and a 45 minute debrief.