- A great presenter has two unique qualities: appropriate skills and personal confidence. This confidence comes from knowing what you want to say and being comfortable with your communication skills. In this two day workshop, participants will master the skills that will make them a better speaker and presenter.
- You will spend the first part of the day getting to know participants and discussing what will take place during the workshop. Students will also have an opportunity to identify their personal learning objectives.
This course will teach participants how to:
- Gain rapport with your audience
- Reduce nervousness and fear
- Recognize how visual aids can create impact and attention
- Create a professional presence
- Prepare and organize information in different ways
To begin, participants will explore key communication skills, including how to start and end a conversation.
Edit Your Conversation
Next, participants will learn about characteristics that can make or break the audience’s impression of a speaker, including volume, clichés, slang, diction, jargon, and tact (or lack thereof).
Appropriately Sharing Yourself with Others:
During this session, participants will discuss self-disclosure using the Johari window.
This session will explore the idea of trust and how self-disclosure can help build relationships.
During this session, participants will learn how to build their self-confidence – a key skill for any public speaker.
During this session, participants will learn some ways to make sure their body language is sending the right message.
This session will give participants some tools to deal with uncomfortable situations.
Next, participants will explore the value of oral presentations.
Planning Your Presentation:
During this session, participants will learn how to plan their presentation.
To conclude the first day, we will look at some suggestions about delivery.
The STARR Pattern:
To begin the second day, participants will learn a second way of organizing their presentation: the STARR pattern.
This session will focus on the nuts and bolts of creating your presentation.
Limit Your Information:
During this session, participants will receive tips on how to reduce the volume of information in their presentation without watering it down.
Next, participants will look at the value of audience profiles.
Your Speaking Tone:
This session will look at the eight key parts of a presenter’s message.
Add Punch to Your Presentation:
There are many types of visual aids. We will provide an overview of, and tips for, the most common visuals during this session.
To wrap things up, participants will prepare and present a short presentation. Participants will evaluate each other and provide constructive feedback.
At the end of the day, students will have an opportunity to ask questions and fill out an action plan.
- Acquiring presentation skills.
- Overcoming presentation difficulties.
- Understanding body language.
- Gain experiences about how to prepare a presentation material.
1. Body Language.
2. Presentation tools.
3. Presentation skills.
4. Professionalism at training.
5. Editing presentation topics.
6. Difficulties at presentation.
7. Do’s and Don’ts at presentation.
8. Workshops and Brain Storming.
Adjuvant tools for course implementation:
- Compact Disc (entire course as WinWord Format and PPT Copy).
- Case presentation and problem-solving.
- Post-assessment for each trainee.
- Final implementation report edited by the instructor.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
- Training Department Staff.
- Those who are willing to learn.