Monday, March 16, 2009

Alan's sense of humour


During university Alan attended Toastmasters where he honed his presentation skills. When we decide to start to do presentations he was eager to begin and developed the first family presentation for Hatch Engineering in Mississauga.


Alan is an active, expressive presenter who likes to use a lapel mic so he can move about. He connects immediately with his audience whether they be corporate executives, seniors or youth groups and seems to naturally know when to add a bit of humour to the presentation.

1 comment:

Michelle said...

Wish I was close enought to be able to attend all that you are doing ont eh mount everest climbs.. they seem sooooo neat and well done! It would be neat to know all the prep work and scary things you encounter on your trips!