In a survey carried out amongst experienced, middle and senior executives, designed to determine the things that they feared most, public speaking came out as number one. Death was eighth on the list! So, most of us would rather die than stand up and present!
This session will provide you with the ideas and techniques to help them feel more confident about presenting, and will help you to become an effective presenter.
Duration Learning Credits
1 day-8 hours of 8 PDU’s
Public Classroom Pricing:
Early Bird Price: USD 595.00
Regular Price: USD 795.00
Instructor-Led Virtual Live Pricing:
Early Bird Price: USD 495.00
Regular Price: USD 695.00
Private Group/ In-House Learning:
Have a group of 5 or more people? Register
yourself with a special pricing and request
the training exclusively
● Problems and fears with Presentations – Looking at the past problems delegates have felt and seen with presentations. What their fears are and their likes and dislikes of presenting.
● Qualities of an Effective Presenter – Identifying what makes a presenter good and analysing the skills required.
● Planning a Presentation – Key considerations when planning a presentation and planning around the audience.
● Structuring Your Presentation – Considering the attention span of an audience and structuring the session around this. Using the ‘Communicating to Convince’ model to structure the presentation.
● Opening Attention Grabbers – How to start a session with a bang.
● Using Visual Aids – The do’s and don’ts regarding visual aids and making them effective.
● Presentation Models and Tools – Identifying alternatives to PowerPoint.
● Presentation style – Considering their style, including; mannerisms, gestures, eye contact, voice and nerves.
● Presentation Practice – A chance to test their presenting skills and provide feedback in a safe environment.
Anybody who is interested in learning Presentation Skills.
At the end of this presentation skills training course you will be able to:
● Plan a presentation keeping the audience in mind
● Develop clear objectives for their presentation
● Use ‘attention grabbers’ to enhance their opening
● Develop effective visual aids
● Use several different methods and tools for presenting
● Use positive presentation style behaviours
● Practice their skills of presenting