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Presentation Skills Training

Presentation is a form of face-to-face communication, and plays an important role in sharing information and guiding actions within organization. Presentation is more formal type of communication and hence requires a definite strategy- such as goal setting, situational knowledge, communication competence, and anxiety management. All these requires adequate preparation to ensure effective performance.

Making presentations is quite different from speaking with others in a two party or small group context. Ensuring audience comprehension is more difficult because feedback is less direct and less spontaneous. During a presentation, the speaker must be able to read the audience’s nonverbal behaviour and infer the moods and reactions of the audience to the message being presented.

The foremost purpose of presentation is communicating with an audience. It becomes convenient for the audience to perceive the information effortlessly if the presenter is proficient. Your body language leaks all the messages what you want to convey. So, the usage of appropriate body posture, gestures, facial expression, and eye movement are an integral segment of an adroit presenter.

If the presenter says himself as perfect, the audience will not believe him as they will like to listen to a speaker who is confident and says ‘I am imperfect like my audience, but I will put every bit of my adeptness infront of them. People will not get attracted to when you bore them, annoy them, confuse them, or threaten them. Smile when you start, when you finish and when you say something important.

The major endowment of the presenter is audience analysis. Audience analysis corresponds to gather situational knowledge. It helps you to understand the speaking situation and prepare you best to understand the audience’s needs and likely responses to your message.

KCPI through its various training program focus upon the things which need to remember during presentation is to do a thorough spade work before making the presentation. As ‘People don’t plan to fail, they fail to plan.’.

Available Format (Half Day / Full Day)

Program Objectives

At this program's conclusion, participants should be able to:

  • Identify the four essential components of a presentation.
  • Describe an audience analysis and why it is a needed step in a presentation.
  • Organize information in a clear and concise manner.
  • Create an attention-grabbing introduction.
  • Implement techniques for varying vocal tones and body language.
  • Develop strategies for handling hecklers, bullies, and other disruptive participants.
  • Course Outline

    • Techniques of a Successful Presentation
    • Understanding Audience Differences
    • Causes of anxiety
    • Planning your presentation
    • Presentation outline
    • Organizing your presentation
    • Adding Vocal Variety
    • Creating effective visual aids
    • Do’s and Don’t
    • Assessment