JJ’s presentations are typically 60 to 90 minutes in duration. We’ve put some declassified (For Your Eyes Only) resources in place on this page to assist you in assigning JJ – Operative 431 with his next work assignment.
Speakers Boot Camp – Learn the Skills of Professional Speakers
The DISC Behavioral Studies – Level 3 . . . Speakers Boot Camp is a training program to assists individuals who are committed to becoming professional speakers, workshop leaders, trainers and facilitators. The program’s primary focus is on the improving speaking skills and the business of speaking. Elements of the program work together to provide a broad range of support, information and accountability to help begin to develop the key pieces required for a speaking business.
This training program provides a framework, supported by practical examples that demonstrates a sound integration of speaking techniques, business strategies and marketing activities required to successfully incorporate your products and/or services with the 5 key marketplaces: business, government, education, ministry/non-profit and individual/parenting.
Do you . . .
Have to give presentations for your job?
Dread speaking in front of a group?
Want to be a powerful and effective communicator?
FEAR of public speaking is the #1 fear – second only to death by fire! Speakers Boot Camp is a fear buster!
In it you will discover:
Prepare convincing presentations
Plan the elements of dynamic presentations
Practice makes perfect
Personalize for the people in your audience
Presentation tips and techniques
Persuade for action
Receive instruction directly from Robert Rohm, Ph.D. and several of his seasoned MASTER TRAINERS.
WATCH JJ IN ACTION
In these lively and revealing interactive sessions, world-class communicator JJ Brun, demonstrate why people often feel, think and act the way they do. His audience gain valuable insights to enhance their interpersonal skills and learn the secrets for effective workplace partnerships…the ability to effectively interact with others in order to celebrate their differences vs. tolerate their differences.