Kickoff your Public Speaking Career
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Kickoff your Public Speaking Career

How to Prepare and Deliver Amazing Talks & Sessions from A to Z
4.3 (26 ratings)
Course Ratings are calculated from individual students’ ratings and a variety of other signals, like age of rating and reliability, to ensure that they reflect course quality fairly and accurately.
4,281 students enrolled
Created by Amgad El-Sakka
Last updated 2/2020
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This course includes
  • 1.5 hours on-demand video
  • 2 articles
  • 2 downloadable resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Assignments
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Master adults learning styles and goals to use them in your favor in sessions
  • Get a grasp of preparing for a killing session
  • Learn a step by step guideline to use in delivering the perfect session
  • Effectively handle questions, humor, hecklers and any challenge you will find in your session and use them to serve your session's purpose
  • Communicate effectively using body language
  • Create presentations and training materials easier
  • Know how and when to include games in your session
  • Know how and when to take breaks in your session
  • Establish a smooth learning environment for adults
Requirements
  • You should be passionate about becoming a trainer
  • You don't have to be an extrovert
Description

Ever wonder what the difference is between an icon like Tony Robbins and any other trainer/motivational speaker? The answer is simple. Icons follow a process in order to get their talks done magnificently.

In this course, we'll see this process; we'll see together why and how adults learn. Then, you will be mentally prepared to deliver your session and end your fear of speaking in public. Afterwards, I will help you prepare every physical detail about the course; from your body language to the logistics of the place you will deliver your training or presentation at.

Most importantly, in this course, you will learn how to handle different kinds of questions, and how to end your courses on a high so that people would want to hear more from you. You should take this course if you want to become an outstanding trainer.

Take this course and be the most prepared presenter you can be!

Who this course is for:
  • Individuals who want to deliver outstanding sessions
  • Individuals who want to be successful trainers
  • Individuals who want to start a career as public speakers
  • Passionate teachers who teach adults and want to improve themselves
Course content
Expand all 26 lectures 01:27:21
+ Introduction
3 lectures 12:14

This is an introductory lecture to show you what you will learn in this course.

Preview 01:51

We are starting the course by discussing why and how adults learn in order to be able to teach them.

Why would an adult attend a course?
06:29

To present information more effectively, we are addressing the most famous 3 learning styles. You'll find more in the resources.

How do adults learn?
03:54
This assignment will help you apply what you understood in the first section
Learning Styles
3 questions
+ Mental preparation
11 lectures 38:51

In order to present and idea, you need to be prepared 110%. This is an introduction to the mental preparation section.

Preview 01:59

One of the hardest challenges which faces inexperienced trainers and presenters is stage fright. In this lecture we conquer that!

Preview 12:39

Do you hate to have your session interrupted by a joke from an adult? Here we learn how to handle humor in a professional way without offending anyone.

How do you handle an adult "class clown"?
03:52

You may know what you will say, but you don't know what your attendees will ask about. Here we categorize the people who ask questions.

What are the different kinds of questions?
01:25

In this lecture you will know how to handle the "Can you say that again, please?" professionally, without offending or wasting anyone's time.

How do you effectively answer people with short attention spans?
02:22

In this lecture you will know how to handle a heckler professionally, without disrupting the flow of the session.

How do you deal with a heckler?
03:12

In this lecture you will know how to handle the trickiest questions which start with "Isn't right that .....".

How do you respond to those who claim to have a point supported by experts?
02:14

Do you not like getting ahead of yourself to answer someone's burning question? Here you will know how to do exactly that while keeping the person, who asks, interested until the end of the session.

How do you deal with who wants to know some information NOW without losing them?
02:59

Do you ever feel a bit worried when someone claims he has the support of other attendees regarding a point he's making? In this lecture we will defuse this situation while keeping the flow of your lecture.

How do you handle someone who attacks you and has other attendees' support?
03:03

In this lecture, you will know how to handle hypothetical questions without offending the person who asks them.

How do you handle hypothetical questions without offending who asks them?
01:35

In this lecture you will know how to professionally handle the attendee who doesn't ask a question but uses the chance to talk about something unrelated to your lecture, without offending him.

How do you professionally handle an attendee who loses the plot of his question?
03:31

This quiz will help you figure out whether you understood this section or need more practice.

Mental Preparation
6 questions
+ Physical preparation
6 lectures 19:47

In order to present and idea, you need to be prepared 110%. This is an introduction to the physical preparation section.

How would you become physically prepared for a course?
00:53

In this lecture you will improve your fluency in body language. You will also learn how to read your audience's body and adjust your presentation accordingly.

How would you become "fluent" in body language?
04:39

Do you ever worry that your lecture won't be perfect and something would go wrong? After this lecture you won't have to; because here we will discuss how to make sure that this never happens.

How would you control every aspect of your session?
03:32

Your presentation/material can either boost the effectiveness of your lecture or affect it negatively. In this lecture you will learn how to gain the first and avoid the latter. 

How should you have an effective presentation/material for your course?
06:57

Have you ever attended a course and wondered why they make you play some games? In this lecture you will know why and how to do so in your own lectures.

How should you include effective games for adults in your sessions?
01:58

If you think that you, as a trainer, can take a break anytime you feel tired, this lecture will make you think again.

How and when should you take a break?
01:48

This quiz will help you figure out whether you understood this section or need more practice.

Physical Preparation
6 questions
+ The Beginning of a Lecture
4 lectures 12:50

The hardest part of a lecture for a trainer is the first five to ten minutes of it. In this lecture, I'm introducing the points that we're covering in order to facilitate starting your own lectures.

How should you begin a lecture?
01:43

The hardest thing about a conversation is to know how to start one. How about lectures? In this lecture, you will learn how to break your own ice/nervousness and your audience's as well.

How should you break the ice with and among your attendees?
03:48

One of the most challenging aspects of delivering a training for adults is to set a learning environment for them. In this lecture we will learn how to do that in a controlled interesting way.

How should you create an effective learning environment for adults?
05:19

First impressions last. If your audience thought of you as a boring, untrustworthy trainer, you would never achieve the goals of your presentation. In this lecture we are making sure your audience will want to hear you.

How should you make your attendees want to listen to you?
02:00
+ Ending a Session/Course
2 lectures 03:39

In this lecture you will know how to end a course on a high, making your audience wish there were more of the same..

How should you end a course?
03:04

Wrapping it all

Remember!
00:35