Making a presentation can be daunting experiences even when you are confident in your material. This training will help you become more efficient and proficient with the skills of delivering effective presentations that convince and compel your audience.
After the completion of this course, participants should be able to;
- What makes a good presentation and presenter
- Structure powerful presentations that deliver effective messages
- Use posture and movement to give additional impact to verbal messages rather than distract or irritate the audience
- Identified the best ways to interact with the audience, control and handle challenging individuals
- Deliver a successful presentation
Everyone who needs to develop their presentation skills, speak in front of groups or sell ideas to others and has little or no presentation experience
- Developing a framework to use for all presentations
- Planning and preparing the presentation
- Making a good first impression
- Understanding the effects of your body language
- Using visual aids to support the spoken word
- Dealing with nervousness
- Engaging the Audience
- Responding to Questions
- Key techniques to delivering a powerful presentation
- Certificate upon completion of course
- Free HR e-resources and Templates
- A free online soft skills training powered by Nicole Sinclair
- Hands-on training to level up your presentation game. Get confident delivering an impactful presentation
- Overcome nervousness, tension and speaking anxiety prior to any presentation
- Practice the basic presentation skills needed to deliver an effective presentation message
- Practicalities on how to use visuals in the presentation.
- Practice and vary the pitch, pace and tone of your voice to gain and retain audience interest and reinforce the presentation messages.
- Identified the best ways to interact with the audience, control and handle challenging individuals.
- Reviewed how to prepare presentations and visual aids to be interesting, persuasive and to communicate key messages
- Used posture and movement to give additional impact to verbal messages rather than distract or irritate the audience.