How to Command a Room When You’re Not In It: Presentation Skills for the Virtual World We Live In
January 28, 2021 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
The world has changed, and so has the way we present. Join veteran global CD Kerry Feuerman, author of The Five Deadly Sins of Presenting Creative Work, for a virtual seminar on how to present virtually. From controlling your technology to managing your screen presence, simplifying your deck to holding an audience’s attention, it all adds up to being a more engaging, persuasive presenter.
Kerry has sold over a billion dollars’ worth of work for Fallon, TBWA\Chiat\Day, and The Martin Agency. In this one-hour AAF seminar, he’ll show you how you can do the same.
Even during a pandemic.
- When: Thursday, Jan. 28 at noon EST
- Where: Virtually via Zoom (we will send you a link after registering)
- Cost: Free for AAF members, $5 for nonmembers
About the speaker
KERRY FEUERMAN CREATIVE DIRECTOR / AUTHOR / FOUNDER OF LAST HURDLE
Kerry Feuerman began his advertising career as a copywriter in Richmond, Virginia, where he worked his way up to partner / vice chairman of The Martin Agency. At Martin, Kerry ran several accounts, including Mercedes-Benz, Seiko, Wrangler, and Saab, and was a key member of the agency’s new business team. He left Martin in 2006 to become creative director of Fallon. After a few winters in Minneapolis Kerry was drawn to the sunshine of southern California, becoming global creative director for Infiniti automobiles at TBWA\Chiat\Day.
In his 30 years in the business Kerry presented to clients around the world, selling over a billion dollars’ worth of creative work, running in over forty countries. His work has appeared in the industry’s most prestigious award shows, including Cannes, CA, One Show, Clios, and Kelly Awards. In 2015 Kerry founded Last Hurdle, a training consultancy that teaches creative people, account managers, and planners how to present, sell, and protect creative work. He currently conducts workshops throughout the United States and Canada. Kerry’s book, The Five Deadly Sins of Presenting Creative Work, is available on Amazon.