More and more federal agencies are turning to hands-on methods to compete their contracts and evaluate offerors. Though not new, the use of oral presentations as a means of evaluating contractor proposals is on the rise. As more agencies begin adopting this approach to evaluate offerors, companies will need to understand the keys to success with this form of proposal evaluation. When it comes to winning a contract today, it’s more than technical knowledge and experience. Staff and teaming partners must understand the nuances of presentation style, storytelling, and collaboration to effectively convey technical acumen and company culture, all while being responsive and compliant with the Government’s instructions.
During this half-day virtual workshop, attendees will better understand the best practices for preparing and executing traditional oral presentations by focusing on how companies can better organize, plan, and rehearse for PowerPoint, scenario, or interview style orals presentations.
- Managing the process for an orals presentation
- Tips on how to communicate clearly
- Tips on preparing for the unexpected
- Strategies and best practices for solution development, building content, and developing slides.
- How to prepare presenters to speak and conduct rehearsals
Presenter: Jeff Leitner | Vice President of Consulting at Red Team Consulting
Who should attend: This training was developed for anyone involved in the orals process at any stage, including:
- Business Development Managers
- Proposal Managers
- Capture Managers
Logistics: A link to this join this workshop will be sent 2 days prior to the event from Meghan Quinn – please look out for that.