Effective Presentations and Presentationskills
Adequate command of English.
Presenting proposals or results effectively is often critical to the success of projects and the buy-in and implementation of concepts. After you have attended this seminar, you will be able to tailor your presentation to your target audience, employ visualisation media correctly and effectively, and establish and follow a presentation roadmap.
Potential target audience:
Managers and experts from all corporate areas.
Presentation and target audience:
Definitions: presentation, lecture, negotiation, training course - Significance of the presentation - Analysis of the target audience
Structure of the presentation, visualisation principles:
Starting off - Middle phase - Ending the presentation - Presenting yourself - Breaking the ice - Humor - Visualisation rules - Visualisation elements - Charts - Layout elements
Media usage and significance - Flipcharts - Pinboards - Techniques and tools - Choosing the right media - Mixing media - Using handouts - Using an LCD projector correctly - Slide shows - Multimedia
Organisation and presentation:
Preparation - Practice presentation - Effective sequencing - The arena (room, seating arrangement) - Choosing the date - Timing
Dealing with interruptions, criticism and discussion:
Criticism as an opportunity - Dealing with major and justified criticism - Dealing with unfair criticism - Control and discussion - Discussion rules
How to portray yourself effectively:
Preparing yourself mentally - Using stage fright to your advantage - The first impression - Self portrayal - Language - Speech techniques - Body language - Commitment - Audience orientation
Presentation, discussion and exchange of experience, group work, exercises, video recordings and analyses, self-reflection and reorientation.