It doesn't matter if you refer the topic at school, college, or work to your colleagues or maybe to the board members, you may also present the subject to hundreds of people and always you will use this form - Presentation
Let's learn how to make any presentation a breeze using simple, easy structure from start to finish.
In this course we will learn how to start and structure the content but also how to reduce your stress while presenting. We will analyse the gestures and how to use them efficiently.
Let's learn how to get the audience on our side!
It is simple - We will go through 10 steps method that works! Always!
Step 1: Before you start
Step 2: Structure your presentation
Step 3: How to present different content
Step 4: Time planning
Step 5: Which method to use?
Step 6: What you body is saying?
Step 7: Interaction with audience
Step 8: The Introduction - warming up
Step 9: Getting to the core - you present for a reason
Step 10: Closure that is new beginning - the impact you made
Join and get the tool to make your presenter's life sooo much easier.
Let's learn the formula of 10 steps to give your audience unforgettable experience, boost your career and accelerate your business.
Every "thing" has its beginning, middle and the end.
It is no different in this case - but what should be the share? What are important points to be addressed in each part? How to plan the structure right?
These are the points discussed in this lecture.
The fact that you stacked up some slides and filled them in with data doesn't mean that people will remember them after your presentation. There are some simple rules that your brain follows and they can either help you to make it right or get you miles away from the target you wanted to achieve.
You have been given the time slot and who cares - do you think that you can extend it because you're not finished? Wait until you waste great opportunity just because your time has gone and you were just in the middle hence you didn't make your point yet.
How to make sure that you express yourself in a given time and leave nice memory of well prepared guy or girl who knows what she/he needs?
Presentation = Power Point isn't it? NO!
Have you ever heard the term "Death by Power Point" ?
There are some other way to make the presentation not all of them suitable in all cases but it is helpful to select from a list of few possible methods.
What your body is saying?
Don't you know that it is actually more important than what you are saying?
How you look, how you move and how you speak is over 10 times more important than what you say so let's learn the basics of body language.
We say words and the brain is accepting images otherwise how kids would learn not being able to speak at their early days.
Few simple rules will help you to increase the engagement of your audience.
Here we go - no chance to get away - we are hitting the stage full of fear and empty minded. How to overcome it? How to grab people's attention from the beginning?
Let me introduce - The Introduction!
Let's get to the point - you came here for a reason, you have a message to pass on, you want to inspire, get approval, acceptance or admiration ;-). This is the heart, the engine - the content. How to present not to get people asleep?
This is it you made your point but it doesn't seem right just to walk away. How to close your presentation efficiently to increase the chance that you get what you want? This lecture will help you to make strong closing and underline what is important to remember.
I believe my knowlegde can be a kick-starter and serious acceleration of anybody's career.
I’m passionate about self-development and leadership. I have been perfecting my skills for almost 20 years now. I have been fortunate to get to know the theory any have a possibility to put it into practice.
My knowledge hunger led me to studying 5 different faculties (some of them simultaneously) ending up with Executive MBA title in International Business– so far…on the top of normal self-development activities involving books, audiobooks, DVD programs, speeches etc.
Running on corporate treadmill of one on the world biggest retailers has helped me to verify the theory learned, to check it in different circumstances as I have been leading different teams of people in different companies but also internationally while managing Projects for one of the biggest retail group in the world.