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Who should attend
This program serves individual contributors and managers who want to improve their workplace presentation skills. It is especially appropriate for business leaders, consultants, faculty/staff members, project managers, and salespeople who regularly deliver presentations at work. Participants in both public-facing and internally-oriented roles will find this program directly applicable to their professional endeavors.
About the course
Many of us are not naturally at ease in front of an audience. But to stand out in the workplace, we must show our colleagues that we can communicate an important message with clarity and conviction. We must put our worries to the back of our mind and focus solely on the opportunity at hand.
In this three-day program, we will focus on the key elements of successful workplace presentations. Through individual and group exercises, participants will learn how to eliminate filler words, use their voice and body language, and develop an effective informative briefing. Participants will leave the program with the confidence and skills to present their ideas effectively.
Alexa S. Chilcutt, PhD is an award-winning faculty member of the College of Communication and Information Sciences and director of the Public Speaking Program at the University of Alabama. Chilcutt is an expert in public speaking, impression management, and leadership. Her research on organizatio...
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