Past SITE Canada Events

SITE Canada Presents: Jason Thomson, How to Present an Idea Virtually

May 26, 2020

The kids are racing through in the background. You’re not sure what you’re saying makes sense. Your PowerPoint is longer than a Harry Potter novel.

We really need to fix this.

Join better-communication-evangelist Jason Thomson for an hour designed to make you a presentation superstar. This isn’t a “big think, theory laden” talk, but a roll-up-your-sleeves session crammed full of process, tips and tricks that make people listen hard during your next Zoom Call.

Get ready to learn…

  • How to set up your environment so you can be the best presenter possible
  • Ways to organize and deliver content in an engaging way
  • Tips on tripwire words, headline-writing and navigation – all things presentations commonly lack
  • The secrets to better PowerPoint (spoiler – actually think about your PowerPoint)
  • Why (and how) you should rehearse, even for the weekly numbers update call

Date: Tuesday, May 26, 2020
Time: 3:30 PM to 4:30 Eastern Standard Time
To Register Now Click Here.  This is a complimentary event but you must pre-register to participate.
Thank you to Jason Thomson and Jigsaw for making this event possible.


Presenter – Jason Thomson - North America’s communication idealist

Connect. For more than two decades and a thousand projects, speechwriter, storyteller and ideation lead Jason Thomson has been hired to passionately win over audiences and sell ideas through presentations, writing and storytelling.

The world’s smartest organizations turn to Jason’s creative leadership and original mind as a way to create better presentations to address sales, marketing, HR and operational challenges. Jason helps your leaders explore, develop and sell with engaging and clear presentations that inspire action.

As a professional thinker, copywriter and speaker, Jason has fueled the trajectory of the world’s most important brands, including Intel, RBC Royal Bank, Cirque du Soleil, Entertainment One and McCain Foods. His powerful perspectives on communications leave audiences able to Be Heard in their communications.