Every time we communicate, we are presenting! We present to inform, instruct, motivate, persuade and offer solutions to problems. Making high impact presentations or speeches to an audience requires skill, professionalism and confidence. Successful speakers can deliver a persuasive and convincing high impact presentation with style and impact and as a result achieve their desired response. This highly participative, high impact presentation skills training course concentrates on the key elements of presentation - preparation, practice and performance.
Learn to deliver well structured presentations using positive vocal techniques to help you command your listeners' attention, to influence their perception of your ideas and to communicate with greater impact.
This one (or two) day programme is a hands-on learning experience that helps the participants put together a presentation from start to finish. Participants have an opportunity to practice and receive video feedback at the end of the training session. The course covers the following content:
Make polished and powerful presentations using voice, tone and body language to maximise effectiveness.
Quickly create self-confidence, overcome nervousness and anxiety.
Design powerful content that develops interest in the audience.
Create the right first impression with your audience.
Sell features and benefits to your audience.
Deal confidently and competently with awkward situations and difficult questions.
Ask focused questions to generate audience participation.
Make more effective use of visual aids and multimedia technology.
Who Should Attend?
This programme is designed for engineers, managers, senior executives, directors and business owners who already have some experience in making presentations but wish to enhance their skills can be applied immediately.
This programme can be delivered as a one or two day programme. The preffered option is a two day delivery as more time can be focused on the actual content of the presentation. This programme can also be delivered as a facilitated workshop to individuals who wish to prepare for a specific presentation.
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