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John Jell's Synergy Presentation on "Presentation Skills"

John Jell's Synergy Presentation on "Presentation Skills"

At our recent Synergy meeting, we had a great presentation on "Presentation Skills" from John Jell. John Jell is President of JELL Training & Consulting based in Agoura Hills and a Conejo Chamber member. JELL focuses on helping for-profit and non-profit organizations in the areas of people planning, leadership development, sales training, and public speaking training. Before starting his company, John spent 29 years in the corporate world, 25 of them with Fortune 500 companies Nestle and The Coca-Cola Company where he helped build North American leading divisions for both.  

Here is a copy of his presentation as well as the audio of his presentation from the Synergy meeting as a resource to you! You can find these resources linked below.

John has been speaking professionally for over 20 years as a facilitator and keynote speaker. He was a facilitator for both Coca-Cola and Nestle internal universities and has helped train facilitators for other multi-nationals as a “Master” certified facilitator. He has also had 3 books published on helping teenagers prepare for workforce transition. He was invited to keynote at national conferences and state conferences speaking to groups ranging from 200 -3000 people with strong reviews. Given he never had any formal training on how to prepare and deliver a strong presentation, John developed disciplines to make public speaking easier. He began teaching these disciplines to help colleagues and now does the same with clients like Monster Energy.

 

 

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  • 9 December 2018
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