Delta Airlines Custom Presentation Skills Class in Dallas, TX

Doug Staneart  |  06/12/23
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Custom Presentation Skills Class for Delta Airlines in Dallas, TX I had an absolute blast leading a custom public speaking class for Delta Airlines in Dallas recently! A team of high-flying human resource people met at DFW airport to take their presentation skills to a whole new level.

Delta Airlines is a major American airline renowned for its extensive domestic and international network. They offer both passenger and cargo services. With a rich history dating back to the 1920s, Delta has grown to become one of the world’s largest airlines. They consistently rank among the industry’s leaders in terms of fleet size, passenger volume, and revenue.

Passengers know Delta for its commitment to operational excellence, customer satisfaction, and innovation. They utilize state-of-the-art aircraft and technology to provide safe, reliable, and comfortable travel experiences.

High Flying HR Team Meets in Dallas to Elevate Their Presentation Skills.

Since I fly a lot, I’m no stranger to DFW airport. However, I had no idea that airline offices are hiding in plain sight just behind concealed doors at those gates I’ve travelled through for decades. One of the nice folks who works for Delta at DFW loaned her office to the group as a classroom for us.

The group were trainers who lead continuing education workshops and modules for Delta employees. So the focus on this class wasn’t reducing nervousness as much as delivering clear and professional presentations. We all had a lot of fun!

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Doug Staneart is the CEO of The Leader's Institute. LLC and founder of the Fearless Presentations class. He is author of Fearless Presentations, Mastering Presentations, and 28 Ways to Influence People.

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