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Stand and Deliver

 

DEVELOP EXCELLENT PRESENTATIONS SKILLS

Stand and Deliver Overview

Learn the skills to effectively control your nerves and get your message across clearly and successfully. Presenting in front of an audience can be confronting and challenging. From small to big audience, from long presentations to short sales pitches, get ready for public speaking. 

This practical Stand and Deliver training e-workshop will assist participants dealing with difficult questions, effectively use storytelling, master language techniques, body language, personal image and presence to turn them into confident communicators. Participants will learn the keys to design, structure, write and deliver successful presentations.

Stand and Deliver Course Content 

  • Introduction to stand and deliver.

  • Knowledge sharing: best tips and techniques from the group.

  • Assess your presentation skills: gain awareness of your public speaking skills’ strengths, weaknesses and blind spots.

  • Highlight repetitive challenging situations.

  • Identify the core skills and competencies you need to develop to stand and deliver confidently and successfully.

  • Learn how to build instant rapport with your audience.

  • Understand how to capture and hold people’s attention.

  • Master the art of moving your audience from being passive listeners to becoming active ones by understanding key adults learning principles.

  • Discover the learning cone to increase participants’ engagement.

  • Focus on adding value and delivering key messages rather than content sharing.

  • Focus on best and worst public speaking practices. Dos and don’ts to avoid the common mistakes of inexperienced presenters. 

  • Review your preparation process and collect new ideas and suggestions to implement.

  • Typical presentation’s process and organisation: learn to prepare and use notes that work to keep you on track.

  • Start with a bang: prepare your elevator pitch and personal introduction.

  • Understand your audience and learn to design and construct every presentation with audience and purpose in mind.

  • Focus on your audience’s needs and expectations and learn analysis techniques that ensure that the audience is as involved and attentive as possible.

  • Adapt your presentation style for varying degrees of formality, size of groups, level of seniority and given time.

  • Adapt yourself when presenting to a group or one person.

  • Remain flexible and adjust your approach to different people and situations. 

  • Real-life scenarios: learn to deal with challenging situations and people with calm and professionalism.

  • Learn to create effective and simple visuals.

  • Structure your checklist: be well prepared and ready to present. 

  • Develop more effective communication skills when presenting.

  • Win awareness of non-verbal signals when presenting to present in a dynamic and engaging way.

  • Learn to make effective use of your voice including volume, pace, pitch and enunciation.

  • Develop your questioning skills to encourage participation.

  • Focus on your first impression and personal presentation to improve your impact and develop your natural leadership.

  • Discover key concepts from NLP (Neuro-linguistic programming) to raise the impact of your presentation: meta-programs global and specific.

  • Finish with a bang: know how to successfully close a session.

  • Get introduced to storytelling skills to appeal directly to your audiences through a combination of relatable, compelling language and warm, energetic delivery. 

  • Learn to create a climate for co-operation and collaboration when presenting.

  • Learn to deal with interruptions as a time-management technique.

  • Discover keys to project a professional image of yourself and your organisation: the fundamentals of personal branding.

  • Learn to use your influencing skills and additional strengths in your presentations.

  • Conquer presentation nerves and speak with confidence.

  • Discover keys to develop your assertiveness and natural leadership when presenting to help you control nervousness and maintain your focus.

  • Understand the differences between assertive, aggressive and passive behaviour and choose your own response when faced with each.

  • Q&A time: get ready to answer ‘tricky questions’ professionally. 

  • Develop your emotional intelligence competencies to constructively handle criticism and conflict.

  • Highlight your learning keys and structure your action plan.

 

Various resources: Debates, role-plays, case studies, real-life scenarios, games, exercises, photos, video practice…

 

Designed For

This Stand and Deliver online workshop will benefit all team members and leaders from a variety of backgrounds, industries and skill levels who wish to strengthen their game when presenting. Participants will learn to put presentations together faster, more easily, and with an audience-focused approach. This online training workshop in real time will be customised to address your organisation’s specific requirements, and will use an interactive approach designed to meet the learning styles of participants, regardless of their level or position within the organisation.

 

Pre-Requisite

  • Motivation

  • Positive attitude

  • Smile

Note: Due to the current situation, all solutions are currently offered online. We organise individual coaching, group workshops and webinars through an online platform. Linking the right technology with our great creativity allows us to design highly interactive and engaging online training solutions.

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