Soft skills become increasingly more important as you progress through your career. As important as it is to develop your technical knowledge through the journey, your ability to present to an audience will become vital as you move into leadership roles within your organisation.
In this exclusive session for FINSIA Young Finance Professionals in South Australia, Michael Barker, Training and Development Manager within the Commonwealth Bank, will provide you with a valuable framework to assist you developing your presentation skills.
Learn about the framework that Michael and his team have developed in order to effectively prepare yourself for any audience type.
Practice your presentation skills and learn how to confidently deliver your message in any environment.
Limited seats available, get in quick to secure your place at this not to be missed event.
Speaker Bio - Michael Barker
Award winning writer, Oscar Nominee for best supporting actor and over 300 AFL games.
Michael Barker is none of these but he is passionate about helping people grow and developing. With 20 years’ experience in the finance industry and 10 of those years in training, coaching and development he holds a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment, Diploma in Management, Bachelor in Primary School Teaching and Bachelor in Education.
He is currently a Senior Learning & Development Consultant in the Commonwealth Bank with the primary functions of Retail Learning and Development being: - Develop talent through effective induction of new employees - Build capability through development of product, process and system skills - Evolve service through life event identification and effective customer conversations - Develop vibrant leaders through future focused leadership and career development programs
In his spare time, he likes to be with his family (married with 4 teenage children), sample different beers and watch sports and movies. He is a Star Wars tragic and would welcome a connection with you via LinkedIn.
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