Whether you have to chair a meeting, pitch a proposal or speak at a conference you need good communication and presentation skills.
Addressing a group of people with assurance and confidence does not come naturally to everyone.
Our presentation skills training courses will teach you how to conquer your fears and give a successful and memorable performance.
We will tailor the training to your specific needs, from coaching before an important keynote or honing your pitch to improving your negotiation and influencing skills, or learning how to network effectively.
A typical course can cover:
- Recognising the strengths of your own communication style
- Using the different elements of voice and body language effectively
- Conquering your nerves and use body language to your advantage
- Pitching presentations so they meet your audiences’ needs
- Structuring a presentation so the audience is engaged from start to finish
- Using visual aids
- Handling questions
All our presentation skills training is bespoke, with options including one-to-one coaching, combined training and coaching programmes and group training courses. All these courses can be delivered virtually, as well as face to face.
As many of the skills needed to give a good presentation are shared with media interviews, we frequently combine our presentation skills and media interview skills training.
We deliver courses in the most appropriate format for your circumstances – whether face to face or online.
Face to face courses are portable: they can be held in purpose-built studios, at your own offices or at an external venue. In the latter two cases, we create a mock studio for the practical exercises.
Online courses give you flexibility and enable you to offer training to delegates from all over the world. We have run virtual courses for people from the Far East, South Asia, North America and Europe, as well as the UK.
A very big thank you for giving some great training to our Virtual Conference speakers. Everyone has said how brilliant and useful it was, and they are feeling so much happier about their time in front of the camera. Help for Heroes