Power Presentation

Learn how to make your presentations engaging, memorable, and effective through our Power Presentation course. From creating your deck to presenting it, this workshop will teach you the best way to make a positive impression that will give you and your company the results you expect.

Who this is for:

Corporate presenters, sales executives, business managers, and trade representatives who want to develop their proficiency in presenting to high profile and powerful executives

What you will learn:

  1. How to identify gestures and mannerisms that convey nervousness and insecurity
  1. How to develop a credible stance of power and authority
  1. How to execute powerful presentations that deliver a clear and cohesive message to the audience

Benefits:

  1. Improved proficiency in presenting corporate materials as well as in creating PowerPoint presentations
  1. Higher confidence in handling an authoritative and intimidating audience
  1. Increased ease in finding the right words to express your ideas
  1. Increased success in effectively communicating your message to members of the audience

Methodology:

TalkShop uses Integrated Language Teaching. This means 30% of the course is comprised of facilitator-based discussions while 70% is dedicated to an interactive learning experience through:

  • Video-recorded Presentations
  • Guided Speech Activities
  • Speech Exercises
  • Presentation-crafting Sessions
  • Oral Presentations
  • Video Critiquing

Course outline:

I.    The True Meaning of Power in Presentations

II.   Setting of Objectives and Expectations

III.  Powerful vs. Impressionable

IV.  Your First Impression

A.    Building Confidence in Presentations

B.    Developing Your Lasting Impression

V. Power Techniques

A.    The Power Walk and Handshake

B.    The Power Pause

C.    Power Intro and Closing

VI. Recorded Presentation Application

A.     Preparing Power Presentation

B.     Technical Presentation

C.    Product/Service Presentation

D.    Business Presentation

E.     Entertaining Questions

VII. Self-evaluation and Development

A.    Video-recording and Evaluation

B.    Signs of Insecurity and Gestures of Confidence

C.    Common Mistakes Presenters Make

VIII. Panel Presentation

A.    Power Speech

B.    Pressured Demonstration

C.    Sales Presentation

D.    Technique Presentation

IX. Program Evaluation and Next Steps

A.    Individual Recommendations

B.    Reinforcement of Concepts

C.    Public Speaking Introduction

Course duration:

20 hours

 

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