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A great presenter has two notable qualities: appropriate skills and personal confidence. Confidence comes from knowing what you want to say and being comfortable with your communication skills. In this one day workshop, participants will master the skills that will make them a better speaker and presenter
Professionals at all levels
At completion students will
- Understand how to establish rapport with an audience
- Be aware of techniques to reduce nervousness and fear
- Understand their strengths as a presenter and how to appeal to different types of people
- Recognize how visual aids can create impact and attention
- Know how to develop tecniques that create a professional presence
- Be aware of different ways to prepare and organization information
- Be ready to prepare, practice, and deliver a short presentation
Although not required, this course is a suitable follow up to Effective Business Communications
Exams & Certifications
Public Speaking: Presentation Survival School
To begin, participants will explore key communication skills, including how to start and end a conversation
Stop! Check your Mouth!
Next, participants will learn about characteristics that can make or break the audience's impression of a speaker. This includes volume, clichés, slang, diction, jargon, and tact (or lack thereof).
In this session, participants will learn how to build their self-confidence – a key skill for any public speaker.
This session will explore the idea of rapport and how it can help build relationships.
During this session, participants will learn some ways to make sure their body language is sending the right message.
We will look at some suggestions for handling nervousness.
The Five S's
To begin the second day, participants will learn about the five S's of a good presentation: significance, scenario, solutions, sequelae, and suggestions.
Next, participants will look the value of audience profiles.
Your Speaking Voice
This session will look at the eight key parts of a presenter's message.
To wrap things up, participants will prepare and present a short presentation. Participants will evaluate each other and provide constructive feedback.
At the end of the workshop, students will have an opportunity to ask questions and fill out an action plan.