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From Presentation to Standing Ovation


Following a successful career on Bay Street, Ron Tsang is a professional speaker who also teaches business communication at Centennial College’s School of Business.

Using concepts from his Amazon-bestselling book From Presentation to Standing Ovation, Ron has helped sales teams, police chiefs, and military commanders present better than Steve Jobs.

Ron also works with organizations to improve employee productivity through clear business communication and helps individuals increase their influence by elevating their executive presence.

Some of Ron’s clients include companies such as RBC, TD, BMO, CIBC, Honda, and Shopify, professional associations such as the Project Management Institute, Human Resources Professionals Association, and the Canadian Payroll Association, and educational institutes such as Queens University, University of Ottawa, and the University of Toronto Rotman Executive Programs.

Ron received his MBA from the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management, an HBA from the University of Waterloo, and is currently President-Elect of the Canadian Association of Professional Speakers (CAPS) Toronto Chapter. He is also a member of the Global Speakers Federation and is the co-founder of the annual Toronto Entrepreneurs of Passion and Purpose (TEPP) Awards. When he’s not working, Ron loves traveling the world and experiencing other cultures.


“Ron has the natural ability to understand and connect with audiences.” – Joanne Sweeney, Senior Specialist, Human Resources, SickKids Foundation “We got the contract! The Board’s comments were that our presentation was very polished and professional—everyone else seemed sloppy in comparison” – Joel Dekter, Business Development Manager, Regal Security “Ron is an inspiring speaker and teacher—full of energy and passion.” – Lydia Chang, Manager, Nestlé Canada “His practical tips can dramatically improve your presentation immediately.” – Kenneth Cheung, Director, BMO “His passion for presentations is totally contagious!” – Shawn Mintz, President, MentorCity