Deliver exceptional presentations.
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As an experienced presenter, you want to focus on techniques that professional speakers use to take presentations from ordinary to “WOW”. Working with other dynamic presenters, you will have plenty of hands-on practice and feedback. Learn what it takes to inspire, persuade and call your audience to action.
Who should attend:
Indiduals who need to communicate with others and deliver high-impact presentations, including: managers, executives, learning and development professionals, presenters, sales professionals, team leaders and facilitators, business owners, business unit managers, and board members and directors.
Six Key Benefits:
- Take your presentation skills to the next level.
- Learn from the best presenters and facilitators in the industry.
- Immediately start using all the practical techniques you need to deliver dynamic presentations.
- Small classes ensure you get indvidual attention and expert feedback.
- Have lots of practice time to polish your own presentations.
- Take advantage of free one-year consultation service if you have questions after the program ends.
- Define the purpose and objective(s) of your presentation.
- Create and use attention-getting openers.
- Create and use cases and anecdotes effectively.
- Create and use closings that leave a lasting impression.
- Select appropriate body movement and space to enhance your physical presence and deliver key points.
- Apply knowledge of learning styles to connect with your audience.
- Use voice and speech to create desired impact.
- Deliver a dynamic presentation.
In the Beginning
- Your Presentation Purpose and Objectives
- Grabbing Your Audience
- Just Before You Walk On
- Technical Strategies
The Power of the Case Study, Anecdote, or Story
- What Are You Hoping to Achieve?
- Structuring the Anecdote, Story or Case Study for Maximum Effect
- Delivering Your Example
When It’s Time to Stop
- Presentation Endings
Space: Connecting with Your Audience
- Stage Blocking
- Why Is Blocking Important To Your Presentation?
- The “Stage” – Strong vs. Weak Positions
- The Use of Space
- Making a Kinesthetic Connection with Your Audience
- Is Rehearsing (or Practicing) My Presentation Really All That Important?
Voice and Language
- Choosing the Right Words for Different Learners
Voice and Speech Characteristics
- Voice Characteristics: The Sounds You Make
- Speech Characteristics: What You Do with the Words
- Review of Verbal Behavior
Applying What You Learn
- Present one practice presentation per day which is recorded for personal viewing.
- Design template for your case study or anecdote
- 19 step presentation checklist: In the Beginning; The Body; The Ending
- Template Outline for planning and preparing advanced presentations
- Free one-year consultation service if you have questions after the program ends.