By the end of the course, delegates will have:
- Reviewed the essential factors for successfully preparing and planning a
- Reviewed the importance of breathing and relaxation techniques to develop a more relaxed, calm and comfortable style.
- Improved understanding of non-verbal communication and how, using some simple techniques, they can add extra professionalism to a presentation.
- Learnt how to get to know what the audience want to hear and how to shape the presentation accordingly, depending on the type/level of the audience
- Practiced presenting with more professionalism
- Improved the quality of their voice, the volume, the variety, the articulation, to add inspiration and improve personal impact.
- Practised handling questions effectively
Planning an Effective Presentation
What materials/equipment are required
The need for accuracy
Facts versus opinions
The Presentation Structure
Analysing the Audience
Importance of Openings and Closings
Use of humour
Coping with Nerves
Qualities of the Effective Voice
Achieving Vocal Variety
Making an impact
Visual Aids – Uses and Abuses
Review the handling of visuals – The Golden Rules
Making the Presentation, Interactive
Types of Questioner
Handling the Discussion Period
Handling difficult people/awkward questions
Each Delegate to do a Presentation of no more than 15 minutes in length on a work related subject to a pre-determined audience.
Role-play Question and Answer Session
Audience and Trainer Feedback CCTV
Personal Action Planning and Course Close
Course Duration: One Day