Be a standout presenter that engages the audience from the start
Want to know how to boost your audience engagement so they actually remember what you said? Read a FREE chapter from the upcoming book and discover the simple formula that will set you up for success!
What People Are Saying
“After attending Fern's workshop on how to present virtually, I have so much more confidence presenting in Zoom. I cannot wait to purchase her book to upgrade my presentation skills and utilize the information to support training for my staff within my organization."
Center Administrator for Congregagtional Care
“We had Fern present at our conference and her session was the most engaging one. People in the room were having fun and learning at the same time! She was able to improve everyone's memory at the end, showing how effective her techniques are. Her book is a must-read for anyone who has to present information."
Conference Chair, Continuing Education Association of New York
Transform Your Presentations Skills from Boring to Badass
Say goodbye to death-by-a-thousand-slides and be the presenter everyone wants to listen to! In this book, you will get an action plan to help you with:
A Successful Formula
Learn an easy-to-use formula on how to design your presentation with clarity and precision so your listeners don't fall asleep!
What To Do With Data
How do you make facts and figures appealing without losing your audience to glazed looks? Learn how to draw the audience in and get them invested in the data.
How To Present Virtually
Presenting in a virtual environment requires different skills and tools. Discover simple hacks without getting too overwhelmed with the technology and still maintain high levels of engagement.
About the Author
Fern Chan is an avid lifelong learner, working in the field of continuing education in New York City. As an educator and presenter, she delivers trainings and workshops to diverse groups of people, mastering the art of high-level engagement whenever she speaks. She is on a mission to help other presenters spread their genius, and to make their messages memorable.