Presenting with Impact

Presenting with Impact

A strong presentation needs to pack a punch. The best way to do that is to zero in on the most central point that you want to convey and then introduce that point with a powerful opening. Follow up with data that supports your premise and finally, deliver an ingenious closing that will leave your audience in awe and support of your message.

  • In his book, “The Quick and Easy Way to Effective Speaking,” Dale Carnegie says that people evaluate you in four ways: what you say, how you say it, what you do and how you do it. To present with impact, you need to be at the top of your game in each of those areas. Your message and your delivery are the presentation, so it’s up to you to make it count!

     

    This course shows you how a thought-provoking opening creates a positive first impression and skillfully sets up your key points. You will learn to use facts to support your message and visual aids to strengthen your impact. Most importantly, you explore ways to establish trust and credibility with your listeners, and the importance of a resounding finish.