Delivering Powerful Presentations… Even if You Hate Doing Them!
This class is held for corporate groups (minimum of ten participants either at KSI or on-site).
Course Length: 1 Day
PMI Activity ID#000397
Course Fee: $395
Course Hours: 8:30-4:15
Advanced Preparation: None
Who should attend: Management, sales, project managers, accounting, and other professionals who make presentations to customers, colleagues, and upper management will benefit from learning these professional presentation techniques. Whether you are an experienced presenter or are just beginning to do presentations, this course teaches proven techniques that will accelerate your learning curve and your results. The course will give you a thorough, step-by-step approach to quickly creating your message and delivering it in a professional manner. By learning and applying these secrets, you will develop the ability to deliver presentations with clarity and power.
Fear of public speaking consistently ranks number one on surveys year after year. Part of this concern stems from the fact that so few people ever get any real training in what it takes to deliver a good presentation. This one-day workshop enables participants to identify the key components of a good presentation and more importantly, how to turn it into a great one! Participants will learn a comprehensive plan for creating presentations that work for both formal and informal presentations. The course shares a 3-step process that allows learners to A.C.E. their presentations while catering to the goals and objectives of their audience. In addition to improving verbal presentation skills, the course also addresses the importance of professional visual aids that support your message rather than competing with it. This engaging instructor shares the invaluable tools and strategies that he’s learned as an international speaker and presenter over the past decade.
Three Steps to Creating a Power Presentation
Audience Engagement Strategies
The Principles of Effective Presentations
Identifying the True Needs of an Audience
How to Communicate Considering the Three Primary Learning Styles
The Critical Keys to Making Your Message Heard
Utilizing the 4-Mat System to Deliver a Comprehensive Presentation
Avoiding Common PowerPoint Pitfalls
Key Components for Creating PowerPoint to Drive Your Point Home
Tools to Minimize Presentation Anxiety and Maximize Confidence