Join us for an engaging presentation by Mr. Lou Shapiro. A recently retired architect, Mr. Shapiro practiced architecture for nearly 50 years, was licensed in four states, and was a partner in a 35 person firm. For much of his career his two prime areas of responsibility were presenting proposed building designs to his firm’s clients as well as bringing new work into the firm. Both of these tasks involved an almost continuous stream of presentations, both formal and informal, which provided him the continuing opportunity to consciously refine his presentation skills. This workshop will focus on the basic fundamentals and techniques associated with successful presentations, both formal and informal. While the seminar should prove useful to those from virtually any professional field, it also addresses how those same fundamentals could prove useful in our daily interactions with family, friends and co-workers.
(Thursday) 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm