Effective Presentation Skills

| Saturday, March 27, 2010

Effective Presentation Skills

What might the most common Presentation Skills issue be?
The fact that for most people, even experienced presenters, getting up and presenting in front of an audience can be a terrifying and even phobic experience.
Yes! The number one phobia that most people share is making a presentation; speaking in front of a group of other people: colleagues, strangers, it doesn’t seem to matter – it’s scary.
You may have people who are new to the presentation ‘game’ and who need to understand just what happens to them when they have to stand and deliver and how they can become confident and effective presenters.
You may have people who have been around the presentation block and are in a rut, giving acceptable, but not brilliant presentations.
You may have people who have to present detailed and technical information without putting their audience to sleep. Presenting detailed information may be important but if the presenter’s audience aren’t engaged then they’ve made their job of putting across information even harder.
All of these people could benefit from our confidence-building Presentation Skills programmes.
In addition, you may have individuals who have to:
    Give Key Note Speeches
    Make Presentations at Conference
    Pitch Crucial Clients Presentations
    Make Boardroom Presentations
    Pitch Ideas Internally
    Talk to the Public or Media
    Make Sales Presentations
For these really important presenting occasions, we also offer One-to-One Presentation Coaching to key members of staff.

Good Presentation Skills Training

Presentation Skills Audience Presentation Skills Training that concentrates on ‘how to get it right’ is available in all shapes and forms.
However there is very little presentation skills training that really addresses the key issue of Working Your Audience.
The power and opportunity we are given every time we make a presentation before an audience or even sit around a table with a captive group of people is huge.
Many presenters have no idea of what can be achieved.
Most of us know the power of an audience.
It is often the rather unnerving experience of being on the receiving end of twenty pairs of eyes looking at us in polite silence as if to say “Yes? … So?”
It is this energy that can be harnessed to make dynamic, lively, memorable and effective presentations.
It takes a little courage, but the rewards are enormous.
Our ‘Working Your Audience’ Presentation Skills Program me gives delegates clear insight into how the dynamic of a presenter and their audience works, enabling them to make really effective presentations.

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