Team Development, Management Techniques
Do you want to engage your audience with convincing presentations? Yes, you can! Optimize your performance, content and visualizations with the Digital High Intensity Training for presentation skills.
In this seminar, we work on your own current presentations to directly implement the knowledge you gain. You will leave the seminar with a product you can be proud of!
You will learn the most important steps to creating a professional and effective presentation and receive support in integrating these into a current presentation. Through practice as well as feedback and tips from the trainer and your peers, you understand how audiences perceive you and how you can develop your presentation skills.
We will show you the importance of adapting your presentation to your audience, in order to best cater to their information needs. Structure will allow you to create a read thread throughout your content and emphasize your key messages. Your visualizations will bring focus to your presentation and will help audiences to understand otherwise complex content. You also learn how to engage your audience and how to deal with challenges during presentations. Personal feedback will help you build self-confidence and will highlight your strengths in presenting.
You will learn how to:
Nicole Smeal-Biber has gathered over 20 years of experience in presenting through her studies in International Business and German, as well as through her professional positions in which presenting has always been a central task. In addition, a personal key moment that she had during a presentation created a passion for presenting that she enjoys passing on to others.
By understanding what they need from you and providing the information in a way that makes it clear to them why your idea, product, solution, etc. is vital to them.
By developing a key message and building your content around that. Each part of your presentation should support this key message and logically build upon each other.
Pictures, diagrams and structured charts help your audience to understand complex information. Picture also serve as a memory anchor and support the retention of information.
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