A Quick Video Lesson for People Who Need to Speak About Themselves or their Companies
You need to be prepared to tell someone about your product, service, personal brand, or organization quickly and clearly. My non-elevator pitch method teaches you how to make it a conversation instead of a boring, dry, mini-speech.
This short and free video lesson is from my Brand Accelerator course. The video is about 5 minutes long, and there is a quick quiz. Then you can download a free worksheet to help you with your own Non-elevator Pitch.
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About the Presenter
Michael Piperno is a leadership communication expert and coach who helps individuals and teams communicate clearly, present ideas and concepts effectively, build and maintain positive and healthy business relationships, and lead with confidence. His coaching methodology is the culmination of 25 years of experience as an actor, educator, writer, communication strategist, and senior executive.
Michael specializes in helping mid- to senior-level talent improve their communication skills and refine their personal brands, so they can improve their effectiveness as leaders and achieve their personal and professional goals. He works to help clients effectively convey their messages, read the room, listen well, ethically persuade, foster mutual understanding, and inspire others. He also helps clinical-development teams prepare for high-stakes regulatory presentations and Q&A sessions. In addition, Michael is a skilled advisor to teams with communication problems that impact internal dynamics and corporate culture, and to entrepreneurs who want to position their companies for success.
Michael holds a Master of Science in strategic communication from Purdue University and bachelor’s degrees in communication studies and speech and theatre arts from Montclair State University. His communication strategy work has been recognized by the Global Awards for Healthcare Communications; the Medical, Marketing & Media (MM&M) awards; the Davey Awards; and the Communicator Awards.