Delivering Powerful Presentations
Today’s audiences expect more from you than polished speaking, a few overheads and a good message. Amateur presenters make the mistake of thinking that the more multimedia wizardry they can put in their presentations, the more effective they are. Not true. No amount of technological pyrotechnics can make up for poor organization or weak delivery skills.
Merely designing a professional presentation will not cut it if you don’t know how to present it properly. A good presenter has two unique qualities: appropriate skills and personal confidence. This confidence comes from knowing what you want to say and being comfortable with your communication skills.
This two-day workshop is designed to offer participants a fully comprehensive overview of how to prepare presentations and also to become a professional presenter.
This workshop will help participants to:
- Identify ways to gain rapport with your audience
- Learn techniques to reduce nervousness and fear
- Recognize how visual aids can create impact and attention
- Develop techniques to create a professional presence
- Learn some different ways to prepare and organize information
- Engage and entertaining their entertain
- Prepare, practice, and present a short presentation
- Properly paced
- And unmistakably clear in their message
- Short lectures
- Activities and Discussion Groups
- Role Plays
- Case Studies
- Class Assignments
2 days training
There are times that companies require customised training programs specific to their company or a specific department within the company. In these cases, I provide consultation and analysis of the company’s needs in order to provide a tailor-made program that will address and resolve the company’s particular needs.
These programs can be done in the form of workshops or team building events. Team building events are now becoming an essential part of employee development. Team building activities go a long way to achieving better workplace relationships that positively impact on company processes and goals.
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