How to Give the Perfect Lecture Students Love!

This two-hour public speaking program shows you three dozen practical strategies that you can use tomorrow to give a more compelling lecture, and how to generate excitement, enthusiasm, and passion for your lectures even if your topics are dry or boring. We know how it feels when you have to give a lecture to a room full of students that wouldn't listen to you if they weren't required to. In fact, we asked people just like you and here were their top 11 concerns. See if any of these ring a bell for you... How to you deliver value to students? What if you're a researcher, not a teacher? What if you get resistance right off the bat? How do you show confidence with 75 students on laptops? How do you hold people's attention for an hour...or more? How do you cover everything? (There's just so much!) How will you be seen in front of other people? What is the balance between content and process and skill? How do you look credible regardless of cultural background? How do you deal with different levels? How do you make it audience focused rather than information focused? ...and I'm sure there are many more. We will cover all these concerns. In this program, Jason unveils the presentation skills needed to make dry topics come to life and generate the kind of excitement that will make your lectures entertaining and useful for your listeners. Don't take our word for it... Here's what others have to say who attended the live program: "I think this program is something you're going to want to look into. I've been blown away by it…Rule the Room identifies some needs in Education that are being very much neglected by instructors who are very well intentioned, who desperately want their students to learn, but they just don't know what they're missing and I've been one of these instructors." - Paul Olson -- University of Michigan TA "The key to success is shared here in a way that can be personalized to match your own style...Jason does for public speaking what style guides do for effective writing." Peggy Burns -- Assistant Dean for Advancement, University of Michigan College of Literature, Science, and the Arts "I figured Jason Teteak's programs might have a few new tricks—but not much that I hadn't heard before. I was wrong. Jason integrates the latest research on presenting, learning, and audience dynamics with a captivating style that plays with the ironic fact that he is doing presentations… about presentation skills. And therein lies the secret to these marvelous programs." Philip Deloria -- Professor and Associate Dean of Undergraduate Studies University of Michigan - LSA How is this program different? This isn’t just theoretical fluff or even just a video of me taking about public speaking and presentation skills ... ...this is Jason actually doing it! In front of a real audience! You’ll get to see the meta in the meta of Jason modeling everything he does. It drives us crazy when people tell you to do something in public speaking and they don’t do it themselves. If you want that then this program isn’t for you... Our goal is to give people practical and actionable presentation skills that create a real connection with your audience... ...not pie in the sky ideas, one hit wonders or concepts that sound good on paper but are impossible to execute, that come off as disingenuous or that are just plain ineffective. Jason will show you exactly how to take your lecture skills to the next level... ...and use them to seize opportunities, BIG and small! So you can have the confidence you need to deliver your message, because our guess is what you have to say is pretty important.

Curious? Try it for free

Start your free trial and unlimited access to all our premium audio courses free for a week.

Don't worry, if you cancel within the trial period you won't be charged.

Premium is $14.99/month or $99.99/year

Upgrade your career
200+ audio courses
Join the community
Stay in the Guac

Get exclusive audio courses and the latest news.

Thank you! Your submission has been received!
Oops! Something went wrong while submitting the form.