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Learn the secrets of conquering your fear and making an effective presentation by following a number of simple steps.

Runtime: 30 Minutes
Inclusions:
  • DVD or USB
  • Leader’s Guide
  • Participant Worksheets
  • PowerPoint Slides
  • Self-Study Workbook
Key Learning Points:
  • Conquering the fears of presentations
  • The need for preparation
  • POP: Positions, options, proposal
  • Using thought triggers and practicing
  • Identifying the target group

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Originally quite comfortable with the thought of submitting a written report on an office relocation, a young executive is panic-stricken when she’s told that she has to present it in person to the board.

Her first run-through is a disaster, but with encouragement from a colleague she soon learns the secrets of making an effective presentation. He reassures her that she knows more about the project than anyone else. She has no reason to worry providing she approaches the task methodically.

By following a number of simple steps – Position, Options and Proposal – she is able to conquer her fears and make a successful presentation. She then discovers that no two audiences are the same and that she must adapt her presentation accordingly.

This program is ideal for first-time presenters and for experienced presenters wanting to review their technique. It proves that you don’t have to be a ‘natural’ presenter to make a professional presentation and teaches people how to communicate complex proposals effectively. The program also shows how to tailor presentations for different audiences.

Learning chapters:

  • The fears of presentations
  • An unprepared presentation
  • The need for preparation
  • Informed of both presentations
  • POP: Positions, options, proposal
  • Using thought triggers and practicing
  • A good presentation
  • Not identifying the target group
  • Identifying the target group
  • Brief summary over dinner