"All the participants at Tuesday's workshop were wholeheartedly enthusiastic about the day. Everyone felt he/she has learned a new approach, had been given new “angles” to think about and practice incorporating, and had received valuable insights into his/her personal presentation techniques. And, to top it all off, we had fun!"
"The “Presentation Skills” Workshop on Saturday was fantastic! I was very impressed with the consultants from Strategic Communications, both of whom were professional and effective at their task."
"I continue to be amazed at the power of the Logic Tree and how easy it is to talk without a script from well-formed visuals. Our discussions about my nervousness also helped tremendously in structuring both the what and the how of the talk to make me more relaxed."
"I'm thrilled with the success of your training. The evaluations told the story. I personally enjoyed your seminar enormously."
"I would like to thank you for today's excellent presentation on Public Speaking. I spoke to a dozen students who participated in the session and the feedback was extremely positive. We appreciated your taking the time and making the effort to help us improve on this vital skill."
"We all felt that it was the best training course any of us had ever attended and that it was very much worth our time and money."
"This workshop provided an extremely beneficial opportunity for me to further develop and refine my presentation skills. I am sure that I will continue to revisit the course materials as I prepare for future presentations. I would also like to take this opportunity to thank you for your support, encouragement, and insights into my strengths as well as areas for further development."
"You did a very good job and I have already test driven the Logic Tree application with success."
"Your course was probably one of the more effective and interesting courses that I have attended."
"Thank you for the article on the Logic Tree. I agree it makes a lot of sense in preparing a presentation by maintaining the focus and helping structure the presentation. When I first saw the article I was instantly taken back to one of my first business school courses which involved probability and decision-making. I only wish our professor had been able to explain the use of a decision tree as clearly and logically as you have explained in your article."

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