From reporting back on a project in a meeting to speaking in front of hundreds of people at a conference, most of us will be called upon to present at some point in our career – and for many of us, it’s not a skill that comes naturally. Being great at your job and being a compelling speaker don’t necessarily go together, as those of us who have sat through dull talks with endless PowerPoint slides can doubtless testify.
So if you’d like to ensure that your audience are dying for your next sentence rather than dying inside, sign up for a presentation skills workshop. We’ll take you through the techniques of:
- Building confidence in your personal style (and some neat tricks to come across as poised and self-assured)
- Compelling openings and memorable endings
- Constructing presentations to maintain audience attention
- Avoiding ‘death by PowerPoint’ through gripping and persuasive visuals
- Owning the room through verbal and physical presence
Whether preparing for a specific presentation or simply wanting to improve your regular appearances, we’ll create a course that takes your presentation to the next level. We tailor our course to delegates’ level of experience, from complete beginners through to masterclasses for experienced speakers who want to stretch their skills to the max. With small groups and lots of practical exercises, together with on-going support from your tutors, this is training that is guaranteed to have real impact back in the workplace.
“Great course. Genuinely felt there was real knowledge and experience being shared from the trainers.”
“Very good training session, well-paced and to the point. Effective and informative.”
“The trainers provided great feedback and were very insightful with the presentations.”
“It has been a brilliant course and I’ve thoroughly enjoyed it. Really interactive and engaging.”
“Very well structured training with good proportion of theory and practice. Thank you.”
“Very friendly, credible and fun! Created a safe learning environment.”
“Both trainers were supportive, empathetic and generated enthusiasm. The course was at a good pace and generated discussion.”