Presentation - Delivering an Effective Presentation
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9:00am - 12:00pm
This 1/2 day course will teach you to have confident, enthusiastic, and persuasive presentations. With an emphasis on the need for preparation and practice, this course provides guidance on how to organize, create, and deliver effective presentations. Conquer your fear of public speaking. Prepare and deliver well organized presentations. Capture and maintain audience interest.
AUDIENCE AND PREREQUISITES
Presenting information clearly and effectively is a key skill to get your message or opinion across and, today, presentation skills are required in almost every field.
Instructor: George Diorio
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Course is subject to minimum enrollment to run. Courseware cost is not included in course cost. For more details, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or call: 207.775.0244.
Introduction Topic A: What is the Purpose of the Presentation? Topic A: What is the Purpose of the Presentation?Expectations Topic A: What Does the Audience Expect? Topic B: How Expensive if the Presentation? Topic C: What Would Constitute a Great Outcome?Preparation - Prime Areas of Focus Topic A: Make a PACT Topic B: Purpose Topic C: Audience Topic D: Content Topic E: TailorBasics of Preparation Topic A: Use the Tell Them Formula Topic A: Use the Tell Them Formula Topic C: Identify a Few Key Points Topic D: Provide Content and Context Topic E: Be Ready for Questions Topic E: Be Ready for QuestionsThe Reality of Preparation The Reality of Preparation Topic B: Seek a Second Opinion Topic C: Don't Memorize Topic D: Provide Content and Context Topic E: Expect the Unexpected Topic F: Practice and Time It Topic G: Edit Ruthlessly if AppropriateHow Will the Audience Receive It? Topic A: Methods of Delivery Topic B: Visual Tools Topic C: Pace and Flow Topic C: Pace and Flow Topic E: Have a Plan BThe Big Day Topic A: Prepare to Prepare Topic B: Quality Assurance Topic C: Can You Hear Me Now? Topic D: Test Plan A and Plan B Topic D: Test Plan A and Plan BShowtime! Keys to Effective Delivery Topic A: Make it Conversational Topic B: Use the 'Grandmother' Test Topic C: Avoid Rambling and 'Reruns' Topic D: Hit Your Targets (Again and again) Topic E: Mute 'Filler' Words Topic F: Stay aware of Time and PaceAdvanced Delivery Skills Topic A: Making Eye Contact Topic A: Making Eye Contact Topic C: Gestures and Movement Topic D: Increase Pace Discretely (if necessary) Topic E: Care about the AudienceSuccess Tips and Tricks Topic A: Dealing with Nervousness Topic B: In the Moment Tips Topic C: Go From Good to Great Topic D: The Delivery Triangle Topic E: Own the Room Topic F: Visualize Success Topic G: Involve Them Topic H: Don't Apologize Topic I: Secrets of Great Facilitators Problems and Solutions Topic A: Common Problems of Inexperienced Presenters Topic B: Easy Solutions for Common Problems Summary and Next Steps Topic A: Summary of Key Points Topic B: Resources Topic C: Building Skills