Together we learn!

After a long and busy week, all of us will be waiting for a refreshing weekend! isn’t it?  We at HR Footprints believe in the fact that “a team that learns together stays together”.

While this has been our principle from the day we started our journey, to make our weekends refreshing and joyful,  we have started a new culture where we all as a team learn under one roof! Starting from last week, we had two learning sessions out of which the first session was taken up by our L&D senior consultant Mr. Acharya.

The one hour presentation on presentation skills was effectively structured with different methodologies like activity, group discussion, facilitator based discussion including Q&A session. With this clear understanding we could easily point out the most important points to be kept in mind while giving a presentation.

-> Represent your ideas in a structured manner
-> Give attention to details
-> Have a proper body language which suits your style
-> Pitch your tone according to the content and situation
-> Have a proper choice of words according to the context
-> Do not ramble
-> Do not use excessive filler words during the presentation. (isn’t it?, basically, aaa, amm…)
-> Don’t hurry to conclusions
-> Don’t use excessive visuals or other aids unnecessarily during the presentations… and many more! 

The wonderful session ended with a key note which states “your presentation should reflect your values!” Keep tracking this space for the update of our second session!

Write – up by: Divya Shalini. M
L&D Associate
HR Footprints Management Services Pvt. Ltd.

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