Presentations are challenging at the best of times, but when a large part of the audience’s first language is Chinese and yours is English (or vice versa), an entirely new set of challenges emerges.
In conjunction with the Australia China Business Council, Lee Featherby has put together a presentation to give you insights into how to present in this situation and get the best possible results from your efforts.
In this session you will learn:
- How and where to modify your presentation so your message is understood by both audiences (native and non-native speakers)
- What you need to do with your presentation technique so both audiences pay attention
- Pitfalls to avoid so you don’t leave a bad impression.
Lee Featherby has been involved with presentations for over 30 years and has presented to audiences throughout South East Asia. His company, PowerfulPoints, creates presentations for some of Australia’s largest companies including organisations such as McDonalds, Visa, Microsoft and GE.
Date: Friday 23rd October 2015
Time: 11.30 am to 1.15 pm
Venue: Hunt & Hunt, Level 13, Gateway,
1 Macquarie Place Sydney
To Book: Register here
For your next presentation or event, contact Sherry Yan, Account Executive at PowefulPoints to see how they can help ensure maximum impact.