Planning Presentations

Planning Presentations

Confidence. It is arguably the most important element to a compelling presentation, regardless of who, or how large an audience. And you can’t feel confident unless you know that you’re prepared. An effective presentation involves planning. Planning includes creating an outline, analysing your audience and ways to appeal to specific audience members, and practicing methods to control anxiety.

  • As a business professional, the first few years of your career will probably include a lot of training, several important, but not-so-rewarding tasks and a lot more training. You won’t be asked to make many presentations; you’ll be too busy attending them. But as you climb the corporate ladder, your area of responsibility will grow and you’ll find that the will tables turn. Suddenly, it’s your turn to give presentations!

     

    In this course, you learn the planning process for effective business presentations and receive tools for ensuring your presentation is relevant and compelling for your audience. Most importantly, you’ll gain confidence for when you’re called to give your first performance!