Through a series of hands-on activities, videos, case studies and live practice sessions, this two day workshop will provide individuals with a toolkit of skills empowering them to make high impact presentations to inform, motivate, educate and persuade an internal and external audience. This workshop focuses on the significance of presentation skills for leaders in this dynamic business world.
- To make formal presentations more effective, easier and impactful
- To understand the criticality of STRUCTURE for creating high impact
- To analyze and manage oneself and to sharpen personal skills
- To match the presentation with the size and profile of the audience
- Substance v/s Showcasing
- 5-S Model for impactful presentations
- Frameworks for structuring the content
- Business and data storytelling
- Audience engagement and analysis
- Personal Skills – Body Language, Voice Modulation and Audience Management
- Handling difficult question
- Using the right visual aids to create a lasting impact
- Practice!! Practice!! Practice!!
Who should attend?
This workshop is best suited for Business Heads, Department Heads, Functional Heads, middle to senior level managers who play the critical role in generating business and clientele.
The professional fee for this inspiring & enriching workshop isRs. 25,000/- plus GST per participant
What previous participants had to say
“Overall it was very well structured and nicely done”
“It’s wonderful for us to understand what has to done when we give presentations to large audience and small audience. There are lot of things that we learnt which we will use in the near future that will be helpful for us to show ourselves personally as well as in corporate”
“I personally could figure out and differentiate what style of presentation needs to be used for which situation”
“You made us to do most of the action which will help us in our professional life”
“Throughout the session all the participants were made comfortable and everyone got a chance to practice”
“Lot of real time and practical situations were in the session which we could relate”