Presentation skills

The training program is focused on developing skills for effective presentation of ideas in front of people – from a personal contact between two people or a presentation to a small team, to presentations in front of large formal audiences.

Two major dimensions and skill levels for successful presentations are the focus of the presentation skills aspect of the training – fundamental presentation techniques on the one hand, and adaptability, improvisation and flexibility, on the other. The category of fundamental techniques includes:

Main topics & objectives

  • Defining and formulating the precise objectives of the presentation and the expected results
  • Preparing a structured plan containing the key elements of a successful presentation
  • Effective visual and content structuring and shaping of the presentation
  • Analysis of the audience- types of audiences and their inner dynamics
  • Techniques for attracting and managing the focus of the audience
  • Behaviour in front of the audience – mastering techniques for effective use of body language, as well as the voice The above listed techniques and tools are fundamental, because, after perfecting them, they become the basis for the construction of essential skills for the effective presentation of ideas – adaptability, improvisation and flexibility, which include:
  • Building resonance between behaviour, the presentation process and the essence of the content
  • Behavioural flexibility and improvisation mastery – overcoming unexpected issues and situations – effectively managing the audience
  • Constructing an emotional map of the presentation – stress and anxiety management
  • Establishing rapport and engaging the audience