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The Key To Being a Powerful Presenter
Challenged when presenting your projects, your talents, your
? Feeling shy or stymied by stage fright?
This interactive workshop will provide you with effective tips and tools to overcome these challenges in any situation. Whether you’re interviewing, presenting to investors, meeting a potential collaborator or pitching a network, you will gain the confidence to claim your voice and embrace your personal way of presenting.
is a television packaging agent who represents New York production companies that develop and sell original programming to the networks. Arnoff has worked at the William Morris Agency as both an in-house lawyer and packaging agent. A certified life coach for the entertainment industry, he has led workshops for the Producers Guild of America, National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, HBO, MTV Networks and the Writers Guild of America. He is also a faculty member of the School of Visual Arts and the Fashion Institute of Technology.
Produced by Jim Arnoff.
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Last updated: Sep. 23, 2013
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