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Dale Carnegie Training

High Impact Presentations

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Jun 12—13
2 days
Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada
CAD 2295 ≈USD 1708
CAD 1147 per day
Jun 18—19
2 days
St. Louis, Missouri, United States
USD 1995
USD 997 per day
Jul 15—16
2 days
Hong Kong
HKD 14900 ≈USD 1899
HKD 7450 per day
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Description

Effective communication is critical in any role. Whether you are persuading colleagues, selling to a client, or energizing a team, the power of your presentation makes the difference between success and failure. This course teaches how to properly execute your presentation, and stand out from the crowd!

What You’ll Learn

Learn to communicate with clarity and certainty, interact with a natural and composed demeanor, and convey complex material directly and simply. Discover ways to project confidence and enthusiasm while building credibility. Explore techniques to overcome adverse situations and invigorate people to embrace change and take action!

Why you want to learn it

Since 1912, Dale Carnegie has been giving business people the tools to successfully navigate complex business environs. This course provides the skills that empower you to communicate confidently and capably to any audience. You’ll receive proven methods and techniques to develop compelling presentations with universal appeal --yielding consistent, positive results.

How it will help you

It’s an experience that makes a marked difference in business results. Your audience will view you as prepared, informed, and confident. You’ll see measurable gains in communication, personal and corporate image, and ultimately, your bottom line.

Who should attend

Our Dale Carnegie High-Impact Training Presentations seminar will benefit managers who have some prior public speaking and presentation skills training or experience. It is particularly useful for executives who speak in front of groups, sales people and anyone who meets the press. This is a more advanced presentation skills course and is not recommended for those new to public speaking.