Outstanding Presentation Webinar Series

The Outstanding Presentations
Webinars Begin September 15

Free eight-week series showcases
a who’s who in the industry

What’s the next best thing to a live conference? A free webinar series that features the best of the best. Get your questions answered from top presentation, PowerPoint, and speaking experts by joining on to the Outstanding Presentations Workshop webinars, hosted and organized by Ellen Finkelstein, presentation specialist, author, and Microsoft MVP.

The workshop begins next Wednesday, Sep 15, with a 60-minute webinar by yours truly, and continues with seven more, each covering a different topic on the presentation landscape. Here is the complete schedule (all webinars begin at 1:00PT / 4:00ET):

Sep 15 Rick
Host of the Presentation Summit and author of Why Most PowerPoint Presentations Suck
Sep 22 Nancy
Author of slide:ology
Sep 29 Olivia
Blogger at Speaking about Presenting
Oct 6 Robert
Author of Relational Presentation and Founder of Aspire Communications
Oct 13 Dana Bristol-Smith Founder of Speak for Success and the Speak for Success Women’s Leadership Institute
Oct 27 Jim
President of Distinction Communication
Nov 3 Scott
Author of How to Be a Presentation God and CEO of Ethos3
Nov 10 Ellen
Author of PowerPoint for Teachers and PowerPoint MVP

The webinars are completely free, but they do require advance registration. For complete details and to sign up, visit


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