FEW PEOPLE FIND GIVING PRESENTATIONS AND PUBLIC SPEAKING EASY
Even experienced professionals find it daunting.
And you can understand why. There can be plenty to worry about – nerves, body language, what to say, and difficult questions, to name a few common fears.
But it doesn’t need to feel like this.
Our presentation skills training courses will help you overcome your worries and give you the necessary skills to communicate confidently and deliver relaxed, composed, and better presentations.
All our presentation training courses are bespoke – we know what works for one person or team may not work for another. And they are tailored to the skills and experience of the delegates.
Our bespoke learning is delivered by current working journalists, experienced presentation skills trainers and leadership experts.
What you will learn
WHAT MAKES OUR PRESENTATION SKILLS COURSES DIFFERENT?
We have been delivering presentation skills training for 40 years.
And our sessions are practical and intense.
But they are also fun and give delegates opportunities to practice and build their presentation skills and develop their personal brand - we believe people learn best when put to the test, with feedback on each performance.
The skills you learn with us on a presentation training course are also transferable and can help you get your point across in meetings, media interviews or when pitching an idea to a potential customer.
Every course is tailored to the specific requirements and objectives of our clients.
So, depending on your aims, your session could include:
- Proven methods to help overcome fear and deliver great presentations
- The relevant presentation format and their distinctive requirements
- How to prepare and feel prepared
- Finding the right structure that works for you
- How to make the right first impression
- Why less is more when it comes to slides
- What you should (and shouldn’t) wear when you present
- How to master your body language and speak with confidence
- Techniques, tools and practical skills to manage unexpected questions and overcome technical difficulties
- How to close your presentation and finish with a bang