Leading Architectural Firm – BSA LifeStructures – Hires Tye Maner Group for Training on Preparing and Delivering Effective Presentations

Tampa, FL, November 04, 2008 --(PR.com)-- The ability to provide effective presentations is the life-blood of successful professionals and the companies they represent. To enhance the skills needed to take their presentations to a higher level, BSA LifeStructures of Indianapolis hired The Tye Maner Group of Tampa for a two-day training session.

BSA LifeStructures specializes in architecture, engineering, interior design and planning for healthcare, higher education and scientific research.

“More times than not, the team who wins the business had more than just the best ideas, they had the best connection with the customer,” states Tye Maner, president. “That’s what makes good presenters great. They have the ability to make their ideas come alive in the minds of the audience by getting them excited through a dynamic presentation containing energy, eye contact, tone and content. It’s amazing how creating a connection with an audience during a presentation can win the day for the presenter.”

During the training at Indiana Wesleyan University, Maner and his team presented several topics to the BSA executives to help them transform their presentations into powerful ones through sessions such as:

- Worst to First: Turning the top 10 mistakes into tools you can use for success
- Fear This: How to overcome phobias to present a powerful verbal presentation
- Know Thy Audience: The importance of knowing your audience, their business needs and wants and how to use that to accomplish what you want
- Before The Show, Plan For Dough: The methods of organizing and planning your differentiating message for maximum retention, understanding and acceptance
- Be The Star: How to use verbal and non-verbal skills such as posture, eye contact, hand gestures, voice modulation, questioning and enthusiasm to personally connect your audience to your presentation.

“People who conduct dull, boring presentations are leaving money on the table no matter how good their ideas are,” states Maner. “The key is to know what not to do and the ways to make your presenters stand out to reign in the profits.”

The Tye Maner Group works with companies nationwide, including those in the Fortune 500. Seminars cover topics such as Essential Selling Skills, Effective Account Marketing, Effective Presentation Skills, Effective Negotiation Skills and Customer Vision. They are on the Web at www.tyemanergroup.com.

Tye Maner Group
Penni McNair