For many adults, speaking in front of a group is something they avoid at all costs. Yet being able to present a report, budget, or recommendation is an important skill and one that sets those who do it well apart from those who do not. Day one of this workshop provides guidelines for creating an effective, professional presentation and using visual aids appropriately. The second day focuses on delivery tips with time for practice and one-on-one coaching.
identify common mistakes speakers make and learn how to avoid them
analyze their audience
determine how much information is “enough”
create openings that grab the audience’s attention and closings that finish strong
manage nervous behaviors
use the right visual aids at the right times
facilitate a Q&A session
Class size is limited to 6-8 participants.