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Get Standing Ovations Using
Broadway and Film Performance Techniques
Lou Heckler, CSP, CPAE
How to order the recording:
Broadway and film performers use a myriad of techniques we can adapt and adopt as professional speakers. Lou Heckler, a self-described Broadway Addict and film buff, regularly uses presentation techniques he has borrowed from performers outside professional speaking. He will share the best and most exciting tips with you.
You will learn to:
- Recreate stories more effectively on the platform
- Choose varied paths to make points
- Use dramatic pauses to invite passive participation
- Make a more complete link with your audiences
- Do more “showing” and less “telling” when you speak
- Create a genuine performance for audiences to savor
More about our guest expert:
Lou Heckler, CSP, CPAE, has more than two decades as a professional speaker and more than 30 years in business. Lou spent 15 years in commercial and public television in on-air and managerial capacities before starting his own business in 1980. He also spent 19 years on the Adjunct Faculty of the University of Michigan’s Executive Education Center, flying to Ann Arbor from his home in Florida once or twice every month during that period to teach management classes to business leaders from around the world. Lou delivers keynote addresses on Peak Performance and provides one-on-one coaching to professional speakers in the areas of speech organization and delivery.