Think on Your Feet ®
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- You don’t have time to prepare.
- But your ideas are important.
- How to be clear, brief and memorable?
- Think on Your Feet means less time, more impact. And on the rare occasions you have time, the same techniques slash preparation for the ‘big pitch’.
- The secret?
- The capsules of persuasion concept: Ways to package ideas quickly.
Benefits to You
Getting your message right the first time, and being remembered, is critical.
It's both a huge time saver for you, your team, and your organisation AND
It’s the difference between ordinary and extraordinary when you want to convince others of your ideas.
Structure ideas simply and persuasively
Flesh-out ideas with memorable examples
Target listeners' core concerns
Simplify complex information. Avoid information overload — condense your thoughts
Get to the point and be remembered
Handle objections positively
Answer questions quickly and coherently
Deal with hostile situations and emotional issues
Practice, coaching and feedback on
- Getting to the Point & Being Remembered
- Presenting Your Ideas with Speed & Clarity
- Using Handy Fall-Back Techniques When You’re Caught Off Guard
- Handling Questions Quickly, Clearly and Persuasively
- Using “Visual” Pegs as Your Structure
- Dividing Information into Facets, Aspects or Perspectives
- Bridging from Question to Answer
- Expanding or Focusing Your Listener’s Perspective
- Moving Opposing Viewpoints to a Middle Ground
- Selling the Benefits of Your Ideas, Products and Services
- Illustrating Your Ideas
- Telling a Story: What? Where? When? Why?
- Putting it All Together
- Think on Your Feet Speed Networking
Who should attend
Level 1 - Administrative & Support
Level 2 - Supervisors, Executives, & Emerging Managers
Level 3 - New Managers &
Level 4 - Managers and anyone who wants to be clear and spontaneous on their speeches, may it be formal or informal.