It is all about them. As a presenter, you have information that is valuable to the audience. So share it, sell it, in a manner that has the audience itching to make use of this new knowledge. This program will demonstrate some techniques for quality presentations and encourage you to practice, with a willing audience, under non-threatening circumstances.
Identify the objectives of the presentation:
- To whom and with what method?
- Why and with what expected outcome?
- Timeline and technology?
Presentation types – based on answers to these questionsThree Powerful
Points, with theory and best practice examples:
- Plan for the logistics and dynamics of your audience
- Deliver a clear message
- Practise and Promote Participation
Evaluation criteria for helping others improve their skills
Take the stage, if you are willing, to practice your next presentation.
What You Will Learn
- 21 (or more) characteristics of a great presentation
- phrases and pauses to turn the focus back to the benefit of the audience
- handling a difficult audience
- handling changes while “on stage”
- learning from feedback
Who Should Attend
We can all benefit from tips to improve our presentations to a group of people. This course will particularly support the work of:
- Spokespeople for a product or idea
- Those leaders who share information between committees
- New employees who want to improve speaking confidence