GOOD ON YOUR FEETPresentation skills that keep the audience engaged
Full day workshop
Let’s face it: there are lots of presentation skills workshops out there to choose from, so why choose ours?
The fact is that for over ten years, we’ve collected and collated the feedback received from the workshops we’ve given, and our average score for ‘presentation’ is running at over 8.5/10. That’s pretty good considering that we have to keep challenging audiences engaged and interested for up to six hours of teaching at a full day event. In other words, we’re demonstrably good at presenting, and this workshop is based on a real understanding of presentation dynamics based on our own extensive experience.
The workshop is structured to give practical help to small groups of people and takes as its starting point the fact that any presentation can be deconstructed into a number of identifiable elements and that individual participants will vary widely in their comfort with each of those elements. Those component parts are individually discussed, practised and critiqued in a series of exercises and ultimately woven back together to ensure that by the end of the day, participants feel better able to make a coherent, confident and above all, engaging presentation.
Who should attend?
What we cover
Anyone who wants to:
- Address colleagues or clients effectively
- Make a presentation come alive
- Give a platform speech
- Deliver an impromptu vote of thanks
A typical workshop covers:
- Practical help to develop structure
- How to appear spontaneous
- Dealing with nerves
- The importance of interaction
- Getting your persona across to your audience
- Scripting for public delivery
- Using visual aids and props
After the session participants will:
- Look, sound and feel more confident
- Understand what makes a good talk or presentation
- Have a technique for effective impromptu speaking
- Have benefitted from constructive feedback from a live audience in a safe environment
This workshop is for a minimum of two participants and a maximum of eight.
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