Audiences will forget 90 percent of what you present. Attend a Rexi Media workshop to learn how to get audiences to remember the most important 10 percent of your presentation — and act on it.

The foundation for our workshops is the Rexi Method™, which teaches techniques based on brain science to guide audiences to a desired action. Mastering the Rexi Method is paramount because audiences today are faced with so much information, so much complexity, and have little time to weigh options before they have to make smart decisions. In a competitive world, there is not much room for trial and error.

Our workshops are hands-on and interactive. You’ll work with your own content, improving it according to Rexi Method best practices for persuasive presentations.

 

2-Day Bootcamp Use Brain Science to Create Persuasive Presentations

The Bootcamp is a hands-on, transformational workshop that teaches easy-to-implement techniques on how to sustain audience attention, help attendees remember your content, and get them to act on what’s important. You’ll leave the workshop with practical skills you can use on any type of presentation to direct attention and guide behavior.The workshop shows you how to:

  • Use brain science techniques to get audiences to pay attention to what’s critical
  • Employ techniques that make any message memorable
  • Appeal to human motivational drivers to speed decision-making
  • Develop virtual presentation skills, including preparing for video projection, optimal body language, vocal power and more
  • Improve face-to-face delivery skills, including stance, movement, and how to connect with any audience

Workshops

InterContinental Mark Hopkins, San Francisco

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Introduction How to Create Memorable Presentations

This three-hour workshop explains the key concepts of the Rexi Method and teaches easy-to-implement techniques on how to sustain audience attention, help attendees remember your content, and get them to act on what’s important. You’ll leave the workshop with practical skills you can use to improve any type of presentation.

The workshop shows you how to:

  • Use brain science techniques to attract an audience’s attention
  • Direct an audience’s attention to the most critical parts of your presentation
  • Make the most important messages memorable
  • Use video effectively via webcam to strengthen your presentation

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Follow-on 4-hour workshop Perfecting Delivery Skills

Brain science principles apply to content design but also to delivery skills. Upon completion of this workshop, you will be able to polish skills such as posture, movement, gestures, facial expressions, and vocal variety to ensure that they support, not detract from your most critical message. You will also learn how to sharpen your delivery skills by building on audience cues and incorporating their direct and indirect feedback in real-time.

 

Follow-on 2-hour workshop Mastering Virtual Presentations

Grabbing and sustaining audience attention is harder in a virtual environment than in a face-to-face meeting. Attendees will be constantly tempted to multi-task and divide their attention between you and other tasks. This workshop teaches the skills and techniques you need to keep attendees focused and engaged with your presentation.

 

Follow-on 2-hour workshop Storytelling

Storytelling induces the brain to encode multisensory information and build multiple memory traces and associations. In this workshop, you’ll learn how to incorporate effective storytelling into your virtual presentations.

 

Follow-on 2-hour workshop Presenting to Executives

Presenting to executives requires additional content and delivery strategies. In this session, you develop a template for executive presentations so they will stay engaged regardless of how pressed they are for time.  Specifically, you learn how to immediately appeal to executives’ most important motivational driver, use an inverted pyramid style, elegantly switch between summary slides and supporting data,  determine an optimal presentation length, and develop flexibility based on instant audience feedback.