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Professional Presentation Skills Creating a Positive Impact

Duration

1 day

Course Overview


The success of any presentation relies on a few factors: great content, an engaging presenter, and a seamless technical performance. A perfect presentation can be a powerful event, inspiring the audience to take action or change their way of thinking. The reverse is also true: a weak presentation can result in apathy, boredom or a lost opportunity to inspire change. This Presentation Skills Workshop promotes the development of a credible, positive and professional presenting style in order to achieve real impact in getting messages across. It is both experiential and interactive and will provide the attendees with tips and techniques they can put into practice immediately. It aims to enhance their ability to structure and design clear and informative materials, deliver in a confident manner, and handle the audience and questions effectively.

Learning Outcomes

  • The presenter as a visual aid: voice, words and body language
  • Delivering a presentation: engage the audience and bring the presentation to life
  • Constructing and preparing a presentation: the POWER Model
  • Using visual aids and sensory preference styles
  • Logistics and facilitating disabilities
  • Handling questions, objections and difficult audience members

Methods of Delivery


Delivery will include group work, exercises, scenarios, question and answer sessions, individual feedback as well as time for self-reflection and evaluation.

  • Course Content
  • Audience
  • Training Considerations
  • Certification
  • Related Courses

Course Content

By the end of the training delegates will be able to
  • Design and develop a presentation
  • Understand the role of the presenter as a visual aid
  • Understand how to tailor their content to the needs of the audience
  • Use visual aids to add impact within the organisation (flip chart & hand-outs)
  • Engage their audience and bring the presentation to life
  • Build rapport with the audience
  • Handle questions and challenges from the audience
  • Consider the logistics and requirements needed to prepare for a presentation, including contingency planning should things not go to plan
  • Delivering an effective opening and closure to the course

Target Audience

This workshop is designed for anybody that presents or will need to present information to others as part of their role.

Training Considerations

The delegates are required to prepare a 2-5 minute presentation on a topic of their choice. This must be non-business related and does not need to involve the use of PowerPoint. The presentation is to be delivered on the day of the course to the rest of the group who will then provide feedback. At the end of the course, the delegates will revisit and work on their opening presentations and once again deliver to the rest of the group.

Certification

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Professional Presentation Skills Creating a Positive Impact
DURATION: 1 day

COURSE OVERVIEW:
The success of any presentation relies on a few factors: great content, an engaging presenter, and a seamless technical performance. A perfect presentation can be a powerful event, inspiring the audience to take action or change their way of thinking. The reverse is also true: a weak presentation can result in apathy, boredom or a lost opportunity to inspire change. This Presentation Skills Workshop promotes the development of a credible, positive and professional presenting style in order to achieve real impact in getting messages across. It is both experiential and interactive and will provide the attendees with tips and techniques they can put into practice immediately. It aims to enhance their ability to structure and design clear and informative materials, deliver in a confident manner, and handle the audience and questions effectively.

Learning Outcomes:
· The presenter as a visual aid: voice, words and body language
· Delivering a presentation: engage the audience and bring the presentation to life
· Constructing and preparing a presentation: the POWER Model
· Using visual aids and sensory preference styles
· Logistics and facilitating disabilities
· Handling questions, objections and difficult audience members

METHODS OF DELIVERY:
Delivery will include group work, exercises, scenarios, question and answer sessions, individual feedback as well as time for self-reflection and evaluation.



LEARNING OBJECTIVES
By the end of the training delegates will be able to:
· Design and develop a presentation
· Understand the role of the presenter as a visual aid
· Understand how to tailor their content to the needs of the audience
· Use visual aids to add impact within the organisation (flip chart & hand-outs)
· Engage their audience and bring the presentation to life
· Build rapport with the audience
· Handle questions and challenges from the audience
· Consider the logistics and requirements needed to prepare for a presentation, including contingency planning should things not go to plan
· Delivering an effective opening and closure to the course


TARGET AUDIENCE
This workshop is designed for anybody that presents or will need to present information to others as part of their role.


TRAINING CONSIDERATIONS
The delegates are required to prepare a 2-5 minute presentation on a topic of their choice. This must be non-business related and does not need to involve the use of PowerPoint. The presentation is to be delivered on the day of the course to the rest of the group who will then provide feedback. At the end of the course, the delegates will revisit and work on their opening presentations and once again deliver to the rest of the group.

CERTIFICATION


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