Would you win more work if your people were more effective presenters? Yes? Then you need PIE!

No I am not talking about that delicious dessert.  PIE stands for Project Interview Excellence.  Many of you have been asking about how I have been able to achieve such great results and a win streak of 9 in a row.

My signature Project Interview Excellence program has been evolving over many years and has taken me from coast to coast helping presenters in the A/E/C industry make huge leaps in a short period of time.

The program consistently gets rave reviews from attendees and makes the executive team look good for providing such a valuable training to their staff.

What makes this program so powerful is the PIE structure and the compassionate yet firm coaching style I offer each presenter.  The program is structured to address all the parts and pieces that go into making a project interview excellent and it is delivered in highly digestible, easily implementable chunks.  We work on:

  • Everything that impacts your audience’s ability to receive the message that is not the message itself.  What is seen, heard and felt by your audience: physical presence and body language, maximizing the use of your voice, the energy and mood you communicate with, as well as presence and focus.
  • Transforming your informative presentation into a persuasive by using my proven 4 part formula which clearly communicates what’s in it for them by selecting your team.
  • Enhancing the presenter’s ability to be as effective as possible in Q & A.

While my interview prep sessions are highly effective, longer lasting results come from changing bad presentation habits and helping presenters make huge strides without the pressure of an interview.   Makes a lot of sense, doesn’t it?  That is why PIE was developed and that is why it works.

If I have piqued your interest please give me a call at 602-795-5400 and we can talk about your needs and how best to address them.

I am looking forward to being of service and to helping you and your team achieve Project Interview Excellence.

Wishing you much success and happiness,
Hilari Weinstein