Presentation skills for tertiary students by ex-CNBC anchor
- 40 mins on-demand video
- 1 downloadable resource
- Full lifetime access
- Access on mobile and TV
- Certificate of Completion
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- Structure their presentations, quickly and easily
- Present confidently and convincingly
- Leave an impact on their audience
- Develop stage presence
- Send your course materials or video of your presentation to Mark for individual feedback
- No prerequisites.
This course helps you speak and present effectively. Taught by former CNBC anchor and award-winning trainer, Mark Laudi will prepare you to be effective on stage and in your communication with the audience. This course was initially prepared for MBA students but is relevant for the wider public. Parts of the course have also been used to train very senior business leaders and political leaders worldwide.
- Undergraduate and Post-Graduate tertiary students
- Anyone who wants to give snappy business presentations
Welcome to our presentation skills course, specially designed for MBA students who are going to give business presentations, such as at a company where you have been placed for an internship or summer co-op.
If you are in Singapore or Kuala Lumpur, talk to us about taking part in a practical presentation with other Udemy students taking this course. This is run by Mark himself, and offers additional feedback and guidance.
As you are taking this course, you might like to launch PowerPoint or Keynote and create your business presentation as you go!
By the end of the course, not only will you know how to present confidently and impactfully, but you would have also substantially completed your presentation materials.
Everyone gets a little nervous shortly before their presentation.
But don't sweat it! The butterflies in your stomach can be managed.
In this episode you will learn easy-to-remember, easy-to-implement ways in which you can overcome your stage fright. I believe everyone can present with confidence.
- Avoid big meals and fizzy drinks at least half an hour before your presentation.
If you are speaking at a conference:
- Be sure to send your presentation materials to the organiser at least two (2) days in advance.
- Bring a thumb drive with the final version of your presentation materials to the conference
- Talk to the people at the Audio Visual (AV) desk at least half an hour before your presentation, to ensure your presentation materials play back correctly, and to get mic-ed up
Letting your audience know what to expect is a good way to keep them attentive and tuned in. You can start by providing an overview.
But there's more to it than that.
In this episode we talk about the critical elements of your presentation and how to structure them in such a way to help you:
1. Create your presentation materials before your presentation
2. Retain audience attention during your presentation
3. Be congratulated for your cohesive presentation afterwards
As you watch this episode, check the resources section below, start PowerPoint or Keynote and provide an overview on slide 1.
Your key message is the most important part of your presentation.
Your entire presentation revolves around it. All questions direct back to it. It is the one thing you want your audience to remember.
Without a key message, your audience will wonder where you are going with your presentation.
In this lecture we will discuss how to formulate a good, strong, punchy key message in fewer than ten (10) words.
As you watch this lecture, get set to write the key message to your presentation on slide 2 of your PowerPoint or Keynote deck.
Your key message needs support.
It is your big, bold, aspirational, emotive statement that attracts the attention of your audience and makes them want to listen.
But you need three (3) key points to substantiate them. Otherwise it will not become real for your audience.
In this lecture you will learn how to develop these, and their place in your presentation.
Towards the end of this lecture, get set to enter your three key points into slides 3, 4 and 5 of your PowerPoint or Keynote presentation.
Presentations are as much about how you present as what you present. But in order to be a polished presenter, you just need to remember these five (5) vocal skills.
Expert bonus point:
Achieving all these points requires confidence, and that confidence will come with practise.
But it doesn't end there. Practise your presentation skills at every opportunity, including when you are speaking to your class, or speaking to classmates, friends and colleagues.
The more you make these skills your own, the easier it will be for you to present well when the occasion arises.