Most professional roles involve giving some sort of presentations from time-to-time, whether this is presenting a paper at a conference, explaining your business plan to the board of directors or, simply, delivering your ideas for a new way of working to your team. Whatever the circumstances, you want your audience to engage with the topic and buy-in to your ideas. In general, achieving this has little to do with whatever technical wizardry you use for your visual aids. Success is more likely to be dependent on what you say and how you say it.
There are numerous facets to making the perfect presentation including the structure, the length, the flow and, of course, your ability to influence and persuade by engaging with the audience. Whether you have three people in your audience or three hundred, each one of them wants to feel that you are talking to them, that you have them in your sights and that you care about their reaction to what you have to say.
There is no doubt, making an engaging presentation is a skill but it is a skill that everyone can acquire by following a few simple rules, practising and committing yourself to being even better next time.
The aims of this one-day blended programme are to provide participants with:
By the end of the programme, you will be able to:
Identify, explain and demonstrate how to deliver a powerful presentation and control nerves
This is a highly practical workshop during which we want to give every participant the opportunity to deliver three presentations. As such, we prefer to restrict the numbers to six participants for each facilitator we use.
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