Many people in a range of different roles are expected to deliver presentations at work. This might be progress reports for projects you are involved in, briefings to your teams, presenting reports to board members or senior colleagues, or sales pitches to customers. People will judge your competence as a professional by the quality of your presentations .
In our effort to include all the important points we want to convey it is easy to fall into the trap of creating a slide set with lists of bullet points- and lose our audience’s attention ( possibly even their goodwill) by the fourth or fifth slide.
So how do we make our presentations engaging, well structured, and full of variety- as well as memorably conveying the main points we want our audience to absorb and remember?
This course will give you a clear set of success criteria to work towards and some easy tips and techniques to achieve them. We keep our participant groups small to give everyone the chance to practice a real work presentation in front of the group and get relevant and helpful feedback to raise your game as a presenter.
You don’t have to be a natural performer to be a great presenter and this course will show you how.