Structuring and Delivering Impactful Presentations
Every time you present to someone it forms an impression, giving you the potential for gain or loss. Over time, maximising the number of positive impressions you leave when you present will give you an edge in influencing others to act, and in realising the outcomes you seek for your audience and yourself.
This presentation skills session will give you a practical framework that you can use to plan and deliver presentations that are both compelling and credible. You’ll take away tips and strategies on how to prepare yourself emotionally and energetically to handle presentation fears and nerves and how to understand your audience. You’ll learn how to create a captivating open and how to choose, plan and structure your content. You’ll discover how to make a memorable impression through effective use of vocabulary, voice, purposeful movements and gestures.
The content from this session is applicable to all forms of presentations – from a one-on-one presentation, to a small meeting presentation, to a boardroom presentation and to a large audience presentation.
Benefits of Attending
By the end of this session, you should be able to:
- Apply a framework that you use to plan and design your next compelling presentation
- Apply key insights that will make your next presentation even more memorable and effective
What it Covers
- What makes a presentation compelling, credible and memorable
- Understanding your desired outcomes and what your audience expect
- Structure of an effective presentation
- Preparing yourself emotionally and energetically
- Rehearsing your content
- Captivating interest
- Effective use of vocabulary, voice and body-language
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Who should attend?
Suitable for team leaders, managers and senior managers who are looking to develop their presentation skills. It is suitable for those employed within all sectors including not-for-profits, charities and community groups.