Presentation Skills

Effective Presentation Skills: preparation, delivery and applause

About the Program

As one climbs the corporate ladder, presentations become a necessity which enables one to climb higher.

Coupled with other skills, the ability to create an impact through presentations can leave a favorable impression on the audience, including the ones who matter.

Who is it for?

Managers and Individual contributors with work experience up to 12 years.

Duration

Pre-workshop mail, 1-2 days live training with practice sessions and videos provided to participants

Program modules

  • Module 1: The Need for Presentations
  • Module 2: Understanding the Audience
  • Module 3: Preparing the Content
  • Module 4: Engaging the Audience
  • Module 5: Structuring the Presentation

Program outcomes

  • Improve verbal and non- verbal communication skills
  • Create compelling power point presentations
  • Improve connect with and get your idea across to the audience

Participant’s Feedback

  • The delivery process was very comprehensive and effective. The session was an eye opener and very knowledgeable
  • The delivery process was very relevant and is going to help me a lot in my future presentations
  • Very much relevant and helping to present yourself and your ideas
  • It was good and at the same time very crisply designed. Insightful, informative, transformational
  • It was done with appropriate examples and brought to a level where people volunteered to participate with full enthusiasm
  • Very practically explained and full of knowledge
  • It was very good. Learnt lots of things which we will incorporate in our presentations
  • Was up to the mark and the whole purpose has been achieved
  • Precise, knowledgeable, very much required to nourish and develop the skill set

Prime Meridian Consulting India Private Limited is a company incorporated with the purpose of “building leaders everywhere???. The company deliver trainings and consultancy to help people perform at world-class levels at every level of Organization.

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