This workshop teaches you how to prepare for and write a clear and persuasive presentation
The focus is on what you present — that is, you will work on developing a topic, gathering information, narrowing the focus to key ideas, using the right structure, writing slides and making the content engaging for your audiences. Your presentations are best when short and centered on one overall idea, and you support it with carefully selected topics, evidence and data.
To capture and hold audience interest, your presentations must be crafted for a specific group and their needs, and designed with an audience-oriented approach to communication. While this course touches upon some aspects of a classic presentation skills (public speaking) course, it does not include instruction on how to use PowerPoint or delivery style (like body language).
The emphasis is on helping you prepare, drafting the content and engaging audiences.
The course comprises two basic parts:
This program can be combined with trainings for developing stand-up delivery style and skills for presenters (body language, voice, stress reduction).
The 1 ½ day version includes a “dry-run” practice delivery and feedback, and editing of the presenter’s notes.
1 or 1 ½ days
12 participants max.
English or Polish