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Presentations Preparing, Developing and Delivering

Consider how often you communicate in your business life, whether in a formal presentation setting, or on an individual, informal basis. Your success and effectiveness in business, and beyond, is powerfully impacted by t... Show More
Course Prerequisites:
Computer Literacy
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1 Day

Course Content

Unit 1: Introduction to public speaking
Topic A:Presentations
A-1: Discussing communication skills

Topic B:Public speaking
B-1: Exploring the fear of speaking
B-2: Identifying and transforming your biggest fears
B-3: Discussing the greatest speeches
B-4: Determining the qualities of great speakers
B-5: Giving your first presentation

Topic C: Communication
C-1: Examining retention rates

Unit 2: Preparing your presentation
Topic A: The presentation process
A-1: Citing presentation examples

Topic B: Presentation purpose
B-1: Identifying the purpose of a presentation
B-2: Working with SMART objectives

Topic C: Audience analysis
C-1: Discussing the absence of audience analysis
C-2: Working with AUDIENCE objectives

Topic D: Presentation structure
D-1: Discussing presentation structures

Unit 3: Developing your presentation
Topic A: The conclusion
A-1: Discussing closing techniques
A-2: Writing a presentation closing

Topic B: The introduction
B-1: Giving CABA examples
B-2: Writing a presentation opening

Topic C: The body
C-1: Listing examples of organization types
C-2: Writing key points and supporting materials
C-3: Identifying memorable examples

Topic D: Transitions
D-1: Writing presentation transitions

Topic E: Rehearsal techniques
E-1: Handling changes and goofs
E-2: Giving your second presentation

Unit 4: Delivering your presentation
Topic A: Gearing up
A-1: Identifying nervous habits
A-2: Minimizing nervousness

Topic B: Personal motivation

Topic C: Rapport and credibility
C-1: Making the right first impression
C-2: Building rapport and establishing credibility

Topic D: Voice and body techniques
D-1: Discussing body language
D-2: Identifying filler words
D-3: Practicing tongue twisters
D-4: Working on pauses in speech
D-5: Identifying buzzwords and jargon

Unit 5: Using humor and visual aids
Topic A: Humor
A-1: Discussing humor in presentations

Topic B: The question-and-answer session

Topic C: Visual aids
C-1: Discussing the use of visual aids
C-2: Giving your final presentation

Unit 6: Using what you’ve learned
Topic A: The implementation phase
A-1: Recording ideas from satori moments
A-2: Committing to improvement
Topic B: Resources and tools

Appendix A: Colors and PowerPoint
Topic A: Colors in presentations
Topic B: Microsoft PowerPoint

CTU Training Solutions , Updated: February 5th, 2019

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