How to Present to Senior Management – FrippVT Video

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Patricia Fripp shows you how to confidently present to senior management through FrippVT.

Are you confident when you deliver a presentation to senior management? If yes, great! But if you’re like many others who are intimidated by the very thought of being “in the hot seat,” you may need to work on your public speaking skills. It’s no secret that the higher you go up the corporate ladder, the more important your communication skills become. To position yourself for promotion and career success, you need to be able to sell yourself and your ideas to senior management. In this brief video sample from FrippVT, I share one executive’s true story of a presentation to senior management that went horribly wrong. Fortunately, through speech coaching, she was able to improve her presentation skills so this wouldn’t happen to her again. If you work on your public speaking skills, you can become a confident, competent communicator.

More to Help You Present to Senior Management

For more help read: “7 Fripp Do’s – How to Present to Senior Management Without Being Terrified,” “3 Fripp Don’ts – How to Present to Senior Management Without Being Terrified,” and “Questions to Get Started – How to Present to Senior Management Without Being Terrified.” These are just a few of the many complimentary resources on

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“I am enjoying FrippVT very much! It is a great way train with master speech coach Patricia Fripp at any time.”
– Bill Fleischhauer, Professional Speaker and Coach

Executive Speech Coach and Hall of Fame Keynote Speaker Patricia Fripp works with individuals and companies who realize that powerful, persuasive presentation skills give them a competitive edge.