GSA Trainers Complete TSOD Presentation Skills Seminar
January 15, 2003
(Kansas City, Missouri) General Services Administration professionals involved in the roll out of GSA’s Pegasus system participated in a one-day Presentation Skills seminar prior to their deployment. Through this one-day “short course,” participants gained essential insights on presentation planning, platform techniques, using audio/visuals, and interacting with the audience. By providing the seminar, GSA boosted both the skill base and confidence of its presenters, ensuring a smooth flow of communication throughout the migration to the new system.
The General Services Administration (GSA) secures the buildings, products, technology, and other essentials federal agencies need. GSA was established by the Federal Property and Administrative Services Act, which was signed into law by President Harry Truman in 1949. Today, GSA manages more than 8,300 buildings, a fleet of 170,000 vehicles, technology programs and products ranging from laptop computers to systems that cost over $100 million, and an expert workforce of more than 14,000 associates.
Training Services On Demand (TSOD) is a top-tier provider of training and employee development solutions. TSOD conducts workshops at customer locations for complete teams, ensuring that its programs leverage team insights and produce team-oriented results. The company’s seminars and workshops are available nationwide at fully bundled tuition rates. Combining proven curricula, expert facilitators, and modest tuition schedules, TSOD ensures the availability of high-quality employee learning experiences to a growing, blue-clip client list.