The way that you look and the way that you act determines what people think about you, especially at the workplace.  If you wear wrinkled clothing and present to a group of people, they will think that you do not care no matter how good your presentation is.  In the modern business world, excellent presentation skills will often add a credible dimension to the presenter-audience relationship.  Developing the confidence and capability to give good presentations, and to dress well and speak well in front of audience, are extremely helpful competencies for self-development and social situations.

How To Make Valuable Presentations In Style is a two-day programme that introduces proper clothing choices, grooming, and positive body language and presentation skills. It is designed help you increase confidence in presenting in front of an audience.   

 

PROGRAMME OBJECTIVES

 

As a result of attending this course, you will be able to:

1)      Project a credible and professional image at work

2)     Create engaging presentations and express valuable contents

3)     Overcome presentation anxiety

4)     Use your voice and present with impact

 

COURSE DETAILS

 

Duration:      2 Days

Time:             09:00 hr to 18:00 hr

 

COURSE FEE

 

Single Rate (1 pax):  SGD548.00

Buddy Rate (2 pax): SGD998.00

 

Participants will receive a comprehensive training workbook that doubles as an open course manual and receive a value pack worth S$200.00.

 

PROGRAMME OUTLINE

 

This programme consists of 2 parts, namely:  

I) Dress Your Best

·         Brand Yourself With Colours

·         Image Enhancers And Image Breakers

·         The Five Images Of Communication

·         Colleagues’ And Trainer’s Feedback

·         Conclusion

II) Present Your Best

·         The Structure And Flow Of A Great Presentation

·         How To Enhance Your Voice Image And Be Credible 

·         How To Build Immediate Rapport Non-Verbally

·         The Five-Step Approach To Presentation Design

·         General Design Principles

·         The Three R’s Of De-Cluttering Presentation Content

·         Skills Practice   

·         Colleagues’ and Trainer’s feedback

·         Conclusion