• There are no limits to mastery.

  • Come to train and master you presentation skills for creating capturing, memorable and effective product.

  • Suggested communication, visual and body language techniques will back you up to achieve it.

  • You will practice a wide range of state-of-the-art presentation ploys and learn from best practices.

  • Preparation: your purpose, your audience, your venture

  • Major elements in organizing a presentation: the bridge of content and impact. “Map of energy centers” in the presentation

  • How does the saying “less is more” apply to oral presentations?

  • Building audience rapport at a professional level:  (a) effective imagery, (b)verbal signposts, (c) nonverbal messages

  • Visual aids, management graphs, using multimedia to your advantage, and not vice versa. Enhancing your visuals for greater impact

  • Delivery techniques, training of reflective thinking skills. Keeping your audience engaged

  • Team-based written and oral presentations

  • Adapting oral presentations to diverse audiences, exploiting diversity to your advantage

  • The checklist of the powerful and efficient presentation

  • Intensive format for groups (6-12 people): 2 full days in a row + post training guidance

  • Prolonged format for groups (6-12 people): 2 separate days + distance learning tasks between training days

  • Individual format: 8 contact hours + on-line communication+ guided tasks

  • Interactive mini-lectures

  • benchmarking

  • best practice case-based activities

  • cross-functional business games

  • integrative activities

  • strategic and functional deployment practices

  • team-based performance and presentation

  • role modelling

  • grouping and mingling

  • Why should even practiced speakers plan their presentations when addressing a business audience instead of just “winging it”?

  • “Communicate—don’t decorate.” How can you apply this principle to the design of your PowerPoint presentations?

  • How can speakers prevent multimedia presentation software from stealing their thunder?

  • Is there a place for stage fright?

  • You know the basics of presentation, but you want to improve your skills

  • You feel committed to developing your oral communication skills and public speaking.

  • You are ready to communicate, to “learn by doing”, to share and to receive tons of useful and modern techniques.

  • You know how you will learn from best practices and benchmarking.

  • You want to get prepared for giving any corporate presentation, if you are asked at work.

THE PROGRAM IS FOR YOU, IF:

YOUR BUSINESS. YOUR PRESENTATION. THE FLOOR IS YOURS

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