Experts in Change Adoption and Training
Duration 1-2 day(s)
This course goes beyond what participants learn in the Public Speaking Training, providing the vital skills required to ‘command an audience’ in any situation, such as business meetings, training sessions, presenting to customers and panels, board presentations and sales pitches.
This workshop incorporates practical tools and strategies to tailor the structure, content and delivery of presentations in the most persuasive manner for any audience, environment and presentation objective.
Using a combination of proven methodologies, this customised program enables participants to achieve exceptional presentation performance while maximising individual presenter strengths and personality.
In this 1-2 day workshop, participants will learn to:
This course is designed for those executives who are in positions where influencing and speaking skills are key to their role (leaders, managers, sales team, delivery and relationship managers, teams and client facing executives).
By the end of this program, you will:
Exude presence and authority:
Demonstrate control and confidence:
Engage your audience with purpose, power and influence:
Influence your audience through language:
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