Communicating Technical Topics to Non-Technical Audiences

There’s a lot at stake. You must effectively communicate with a colleague, client, boss or official who has little time and less background in the subject area. You get one chance, and it needs to go well. Get the skills you need to be an effective and unforgettable communicator. Use research in neuroscience to enhance audience connection and attention.

Through this interactive session, learn the steps to convert technical material into information that is quickly and clearly understandable to non-technical audiences. Leave with practical approaches that are put into practice immediately. Stop “death by PowerPoint” now.

Program Features

  • Pre-event calls with organizers to understand program goals.
  • Interviews with up to three participants to hear their perspectives.
  • 1 to 2-minute promotional video about your event.
  • Tailored program including interactive engagement.
  • Tailored worksheet to aid retention.
  • Free 35-page PDF of The Handbook for Technical Leaders: Ten Top Skills for Managers by Shelley Row, PE, CSP.
  • Follow-up emails about the key points to prompt application.

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Just a Few of the Many Clients that Trust Shelley

What clients are saying…

Shelley is a dynamic speaker who did a great job engaging the audience at our conference. Her interactive keynote address was a nice change of pace for our group and was a big part of what made this year’s event successful.

Brandon Campbell
Executive Secretary/Treasurer of Transportation Engineers Association of Missouri (TEAM)

Shelley is a master presenter. She engages the audience as if each person is the only one there.  Tremendous value across the board and this is valuable for any industry.

Cheri Hull
Assistant Director, Leadership and Employee Engagement, Arizona DOT

Shelley is not only knowledgeable but her demeanor is infectious – you will want to use all of the skills that you learn.

Claudette Twichell
Solstice Environmental

She completely understands how to be a leader and how to convey those qualities of a leader to others so they can learn. Very motivational!

Erin Culp
Jacobs Engineering

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