Show what you know - presenting with confidence, clarity and credibility
Many great presentation skills programmes focus on presenting from stage with an audience and often using powerpoint.
THIS IS DIFFERENT. This is how to get your ideas and voice heard in different types of work place interactions. Meetings, One to One, Skype, Webinars, Telepresence, Phone Calls, Customer Service Role and many more.
Whilst the techniques learned on this workshop can be applied to presenting from a stage, we also explore how to present your ideas in other workplace scenarios including:
- Team Meetings
- Project Meetings
- Training Courses
- 1:1 Manager feedback sessions
- Skype / Webinar meetings
- Telephone calls
- Customer facing roles
- Presenting with powerpoint / keynote
So many good ideas never get heard at work because people lack the confidence to speak up in meetings or in presentations or the message comes out in a clumsy way and people don't understand what the speaker is saying.
In this 6 hour workshop we will explore how you can 'SHOW WHAT YOU KNOW' with confidence, clarity and credibility.
If there is resistance to your message there are usually TWO reasons:
1: Your message is wrong
2: How the message was delivered is wrong
We will focus on how to get the message right.
At the end of the programme delegates will be better able to:
- Have the confidence to speak with clarity
- Structure a message
- Use effective body language
- Handle challenging questions effectively
- Influence others with their ideas
- Feel confident to present even when under pressure
- Get their ideas heard
This session is interactive with small break out activities to help practise the techniques.
We will cover the following topics:
- Professor Mehrabian communication breakdown
- Satir Gestures
- Speed of voice
- Emphasising key words
- Why people don't listen to every word you say (and how to get them to hear you)
- Structure of your messageHandling difficult questions (including HOW to say " I don't know" and still look professional)
- How to handle nerves right before you speak