Dynamic Presentation Skills

Center for Technology and Management Education

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Center for Technology and Management Education

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Who should attend

Executives, project managers, project leads, team leaders, proposal managers, engineers, sales personnel, and anyone who wants to improve their presentation skills.

About the course

In the Dynamic Presentation Skills workshop, participants learn techniques to improve spoken job-related messages and to make the process results oriented. Participants learn how to generate more memorable, dynamic talks by motivating and persuading the audience. Extensive practice exercises are emphasized.

Participants are typically videotaped for self-analysis, with instructor feedback. Developing an action/improvement plan follows.

BENEFITS

Participants will learn to:

  • Overcome typical anxieties
  • Control voice and image projection
  • Use visual aids
  • Define message content
  • Develop a presentation planning form
  • Structure the delivery
  • Establish eye and ear appeal
  • Draw listeners in
  • Eliminate emotional "deaf spots"
  • Energize their presentations

TOPICS

Critical Communication Skills

  • The oral message - your "final product"
  • Overcoming typical fears
  • Defining the appropriate communication
  • Targeting your audience

Objectives and Strategy

  • Idea significance (fact vs. opinion)
  • Script practice
  • Vocal intonation and inflection
  • Using visual aids
  • Energy, vitality, gestures
  • Personal appearance

Preparation Process

  • Research ('frontloading')
  • The mechanics and psychology of spoken messages
  • Defining the tone
  • Rehearsal
  • Dynamics of storytelling

How to Establish Eye and Ear Appeal

  • Maintaining interest
  • Pacing--why, when, where to be specific
  • Retaining humanity and warmth
  • Interest inhibitors
  • Drawing the listeners in
  • Movement and posture

Delivery * Individual videotaping sessions

Evaluation

  • Self-critique
  • Measuring results (response checklist)
  • Barriers to two-way communication
  • Emotional deaf spots
  • Doing it better next time
  • Videotape analysis

Experts

Tom Stapleton

Tom Stapleton specializes in business writing and presentation training. He has written and edited proposals with management teams at McDonnell Douglas and Northrop Grumman. He has also written a variety of technical and non-technical publications, procedure manuals, and employee handbooks. He is...

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