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Effective Presentation Skills

Effective Presentation Skills

Jakarta | 23rd -25th February | 2.250.000,-



Do you want to present your ideas with conviction, control and pose? Do you want to overcome those ‘presentation anxieties’ and become comfortable and relaxed with your own speaking style? Do you want to expertly handle a challenging audience?

In this course, you will learn to deliver a presentation that’s clear, informative, memorable, motivating and convincing.

Other Benefits

  • Analyzing your audience

  • Organize your thoughts and write a clearly focused outline that wastes no words or time

  • Developing your writing and organizing techniques

  • Using visual aids

  • Speak clearly and confidently in both prepared and impromptu speaking situations

  • Managing presentation stress

  • Speak and think with greater clarity and purpose stressing key ideas

  • Face an audience with confidence and control and make the most of your own natural speaking

  • Use your words and your body to convince and persuade the audience.

Who Should Attend

  • Anybody who wants to improve his/her skills in presentation ability.


  • Two and half days – 20 hours.


1.       Introduction / Background

  • Workshop objectives

  • Expectation of participants.

2. The 7 Steps in Effective Presentation

3. Pre-Design

  • Initial planning, Situational analysis

  • Goal and Message Definition

  • Audience analysis

  • Planning the presentation Approach.

4. Design

  • Techniques to expedite the design process

  • The standard presentation formula

  • Organizations tools

  • Titles -A full house may depend on them.

5. Build the Content

  • Explanation -desc’s, definitions and ground rules

  • Supporting material -the meat of the presentation

  • Visual aids Limited multimedia and multi-image presentations.

6. Make Arrangements

  • Six Axioms

  • Arranging for facilities, equipment and incidentals.

7. Test and Evaluate

  • Planning a productive test phase

  • Conducting a productive dry run

  • Some criteria for evaluating presentations.

8. Deliver: Show Time!

  • Overview – some basic points

  • Achieving positive nonverbal messages

  • Language – the verbal channel

  • Transmission of language – the voice.

9. Follow-up: You’re not Through Yet

  • Kind of follow-up

  • Assessment and feedback.

10. Special Presentation Situation

  • The team presentation

  • International presentation

  • Speaking from a manuscript

  • The presenter as emcee.

11.   Closing (Summary and Conclusion).


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