This course gives you the skills to:
A great presenter has the ability to maintain the attention of his/her audience. Very often the case is that our minds start to wander off during a presentation. We can only keep the mind focused when we “feed” our brain with interesting and varied information in a well balanced way. A presenter must strive to find this balance and speak with variation, clear diction, a healthy sounding voice and make use of an appealing body language, appropriate to the given circumstances.
When we get nervous we tend to speak too fast and rigid and as a consequence thereof, our audience will start thinking of the reason why you seem nervous. Is it due to low self-esteem? Lack of preparation? A bad morning? This moves the focus of attention away from the contents of your presentation. Knowing exactly what to do, technically, will help a presenter project a positive authority and will turn a, perhaps, feared presentation into a positive experience.
The way we are being perceived as presenters relies not only on the actual words we are saying. Nonverbal expressions play a great part in the overall impression of how we are, as persons. In fact, the way we make use of tonal expressions can tell a lot about who we are and how we function as such, as a “window” to our minds.
Program for the first day of the course
Program for the second day of the course
The target audience for this course in presentation techniques is very wide, as anyone who wants to improve their presentation skills and oral communication capabilities can use the tools. There is a maximum of 8 participants on the course, so there is plenty of time and space for each participant.
When you sign up for this course on how to improve your presentation skills, we send you our little mini guide: “Get maximum value out of your courses”. With this guide you get some simple advice on how to get maximum value out of this course – and all your future courses.
We arrange lots of solo sessions in presentation and verbal communication. Read more at Solo Course: Verbal Communication
You can order an internal course in presentation techniques. For further information, click here
This course will make you look forward to making presentations in the future. You will achieve full control of your voicing and body language, and get rid of the anxiety of making a bad impression in the process.
Knowledge of the central rhetorical principles will help you structure your presentations, making they come off as well considered and intriguing. When you are aware of how you are speaking, you can make people interested in what you are speaking about.
With your new techniques you can design your presentations to fit specific audiences. When you tailor each presentation with the individual audience in mind you can be sure of making a good impression which is an essential starting point for your argumentation.
You will come off as a brighter and more engaged co-worker when you formulate your points in a sharp and understandable way.
Your presentations and work effort will improve and so your co-workers'. They will be inspired by your energized presentations and want to act out similar presentations.
When you return from the course and introduce a new, enthusiastic way of making presentations boring meeting will be a thing of the past.
Amazing course. It was well-structured and interesting. The instructor was very competent, dedicated and brilliant at constructive and specific feedback. The course will have a great influence at my daily work.
It was a great course, and it was facilitated in a good and very different way from the usual ones. I have gained the tools to become stronger, more secure, and credible when I present at business meetings.
The course was very good. I have learned a lot about myself. It was nice to be recorded and then get the opportunity to work on the presentation afterwards.
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