As trainers and facilitators, your goal is to take command of the room, show enthusiasm for your content and keep learners captivated. To accomplish this, you need to incorporate dynamic facilitation skills, use strong body language and keep your attendees on track, on topic and on time.
Volunteer during this interactive session and receive personalized coaching to transform your facilitation skills in front of the group. The audience provides positive feedback while you demonstrate on-the-spot improvement with easy-to-implement techniques anyone can apply on the job.
You will learn the three factors that influence an audience, how to present information in a relaxed and natural style, a process to handle challenging questions with ease and the six key physical skills to become a confident trainer, regardless of the topic or audience.
This interactive, hands-on session will empower you to project confidence and conviction for your curriculum while motivating and engaging learners.
About Andora Gandy:
Andora brings more than 19 years of experience in sales, management, training, consulting and leadership development to Power Presentations’ programs. She is a passionate facilitator who is skilled in training design, curriculum development, and creating solid learning environments that translate to life-long learning.
Most recently, Andora worked at Vocus, a cloud-based public relations software company. As the director of training, she was responsible for developing, designing and delivering training to more than 600 sales professionals. In this capacity, she improved the onboarding process by increasing training from two to four weeks. This enabled trainers to provide more detailed information and learning reinforcement, thereby creating a fully prepared and knowledgeable workforce. She also created a leadership development program from the ground up, which was successfully implemented.
Prior to this, Andora spent 15 years with Gannett where she moved through the ranks at various news organizations including The Montgomery Advertiser, The Tennessean, and Gannett Corporate. During this timeframe she held roles as sales associate, sales manager, sales trainer and the director of training.
Andora graduated with a bachelor’s degree from the University of Alabama where she majored in advertising and communications. She lives in Virginia where she enjoys yoga and has been accused of being “too inspirational.” Andora is thankful for this compliment! To her, inspiration is how she connects with people and gets them to see something different today than they did yesterday.
5:00 - Networking
5:45 - Dinner
6:45 - Speaker