October 18, 2017

Effective Business Presentation

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If your organization’s success or survival depends on persuading parties to buy products, donate resources, or support causes, then you need to prioritize the development of your people’s presentation skills.

Research shows that some people are so afraid of public speaking that they’d rather die than speak in front of an audience. Our own experiences of sitting through lifeless, aimless, pointless presentations make us experience a condition similar to brain death. Whichever side of the stage we’re standing on, we know the value of powerful, purposeful, persuasive presentations.

If your organization’s success or survival depends on persuading parties to buy products, donate resources, or support causes, then you need to prioritize the development of your people’s presentation skills. If you have sat down through many internal meetings wanting the dull presentations to end, then you can do something about it.

The workshop will be interactive with a lot of opportunities for learning, application, practice, and development of new and current skills. The workshop will combine mini-lectures, group activities, practice sessions, evaluations and other experiential activities designed to transform your employees into power presenters. By the end of the workshop, the learners would have developed the competence and the confidence in delivering powerful presentations.

Effective Business Presentation Workshop Objectives

At the end of the program, the participants are expected to:

  • Have learned and practiced techniques for developing and delivering effective presentations;
  • Have assessed their strengths as well as their problem areas in presenting;
  • Have gained more confidence in their presentation skills;
  • Be power presenters.

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Time Activities Activity Objectives
DAY 1
9:00 to 12:00
(morning session)
Appreciating Communication
· Communication and performance
· Pay-offs to effective communication
· The communication process
· Barriers to effective communication
· Communication Styles
· Describe the importance of effective communication
in their career
· Describe the communication process
· Identify the barriers to communication and how to
address them
· Describe the four communication styles; passive,
passive-aggressive, aggressive and assertive
12:00 to 1:00 Lunch Break
1:00 to 5:00
(afternoon session)
Developing the Assertive Mindset
· Your communication rights and
responsibilities
· Assertive Mental model
· Moving from Victim to Hero
· Taking responsibility for one’s
action and reaction
Active Listening
· Explain their communication rights and
responsibilities
· Describe the needed mindset change from
unassertive to assertive
DAY 2
9:00 to 12:00
(morning session)
Building the Assertive
Communication Skills
· Assessing one’s assertiveness skill
· Moving from Passive and Aggressive to
Assertive
· Assertive Communication tactics
· I statements
· Broken record tactic
· Fogging
· Content to process shift
· Assertive Inquiry
· Assess their current assertiveness level
· Describe the process of moving from unassertive to
assertive communication style
· Enumerate techniques for assertive communication
12:00 to 1:00 Lunch Break
1:00 to 4:00
(afternoon session)
Dealing with Challenging
Conversations
· Causes of conflicts
· Managing your emotion through
Disputation Process
· Moving from Competition to Collaboration
· Apply assertiveness for transforming conflicts into
productive conversation or collaboration.
4:00 to 5:00 · Forward Agenda · Create a plan to put learning into action
5:00 · Closing

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