Course Overview: Participants will master the skills that will make them a better speaker and presenter.
- 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
Introduction and program Overview – Have an opportunity to identify their personal learning objectives.
Edit Your Conversation – Characteristics that can make or break the audience’s impression of a speaker, including volume, clichés, slang, diction, jargon, and tact.
Appropriately sharing yourself with others- Using the Johari window.
Technique to build Trust
Making the Most of Meetings
Body Language – Learn some ways to make sure their body language is sending the right message.
Sticky Situations- Give participants some tools to deal with uncomfortable situations.
Why Talk? – Next, participants will explore the value of oral presentations.
Planning Your Presentation – During this session, participants will learn how to use PAFEO to plan their presentation.
The STARR Pattern- Learn a second way of organizing their presentation
Start Writing! – Focus on the nuts and bolts of creating your presentation.
Limit Your Information – Receive tips on how to reduce the volume of information in their presentation without watering it down.
Audience Profile- Look the value of audience profiles.
You’re Speaking Voice – Look at the eight key parts of a presenter’s message.
Add Punch to Your Presentation –Provide an overview of, and tips for, the most common visuals during this session.
You’re Presentation – Evaluate each other and provide constructive feedback.
Program Wrap-Up – Have an opportunity to ask questions and fill out an action plan.