European Institute of Management and Finance | Presenting to Influence
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Presenting to Influence

Presenting to Influence

 

Presenting ideas and/or information, is a critically important aspect of a manager’s role. Whether delivering a formal presentation to a client, or simply contributing in a workplace meeting, how we are received by any audience will have tremendous impact on whether or not our information is accepted, or our ideas are given a fair chance. In fact, strong presentation skills have been highlighted as a factor of paramount importance to a manager’s ability to influence others and hence to their success. Presenting ideas and/or information, is a critically important aspect of a manager’s role.  Whether delivering a formal presentation to a client, or simply contributing in a workplace meeting, how we are received by any audience will have tremendous impact on whether or not our information is accepted, or our ideas are given a fair chance. In fact, strong presentation skills have been highlighted as a factor of paramount importance to a manager’s ability to influence others and hence to their success. Fortunately, the skills and competencies associated with successful presentations, including an ability to influence, to generate interest and to inspire and motivate others can be learned and developed.

 

 

Objective

 

This training programme is intended to help managers develop and enhance the skills and competencies associated with successful presentations, both in terms of design and delivery, allowing them to develop presentation performance to better influence their audiences.

 

 

Course Content

 

  • Introduction and Warm-up
  • Goals
  • Presentation Design
  • ‘SUCCES’ (Simplicity, Unexpected, Concrete, Credibility, Emotional, Stories) – A powerful model for presentation design
  • Powerpoint – A tool not a distraction
  • Delivery – Powerful beginnings and the importance of first impressions
  • Delivery – Verbal and non-verbal messages
  • Practical exercise

 

 

Who should attend

 

This programme is suitable for professionals of all levels and industries who would like to enhance their presentation skills.