The ability to give an interesting, informative and persuasive presentation is a skill critical for many of us needing to make others think and be inspired to take action. Whether you’re presenting in a formal, informal or virtual situation, this course will not only help you plan and present with confidence, but also provide you with the insight to evaluate your effectiveness to continually improve the delivery of your message. Secure your spot in our Presentation Skills Training.
- Prepare for your presentation by understanding your purpose and objectives
- Use three easy steps to structure your presentation
- Distinguish and understand the different audience styles you may encounter
- Create effective speaker notes and visual aids
- Understand how you can use your voice and body to enhance your presentation
- Think quicker on your feet during question time
Suitable for team members and leaders looking to develop their creative thinking skills to develop new ideas and resolve problems.
Please ensure you have downloaded the latest version of the software Microsoft Excel Desktop for use within the session. We also require a working computer with a microphone and speaker installed, and an up-to-date web browser for this training. For the best experience we recommend downloading the latest Google Chrome browser.
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Five elements to consider to make you a great presenter
Being clear on the purpose and the specific objectives of your presentation
The three phases of a well organised presentation
The more you know about your audience and their needs, the better you can meet them
Understand how to effectively use speaking notes and visual aides
Tips to maximise the effectiveness of your presentations
A bright, outgoing approach will boost your confidence and positively impact your audience
Understanding the relationship between facial expressions, walking patterns, gestures and eye contact when presenting
Encouraging audience participation
If you ignore feedback, improvement will never happen