As a meeting manager or director, have you ever had to present a new opportunity to a senior company officer and felt unprepared or underprepared? Did it feel like you were not speaking the same language? Typically, members of the C-Suite have a short attention span, a “show-me” attitude, and have no problem interrupting your carefully crafted words.
When face time is often limited, how do you make the most of these conversations? With careful preparation and tailored knowledge of what they are looking for, you can communicate clearly, concisely, directly and most important, persuasively with the decision makers who can green light and support your department’s programs and ideas.
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