Presentation Skills Training
Presentation skills are vitally important in business life today. Yet, much presentation skills training simply teaches how to present bullet points in the least-bad way. The problem is that if your audience can read the core of your message from a screen behind you, they don’t need to listen to what you say. Which makes presenting much harder than it needs to be.
m62′s presentation skills training courses go beyond teaching delegates how to stand, breathe, and speak – although these things are covered too. For m62, presentation skills training is about teaching presenters to present PowerPoint presentations effectively – and the starting point for that is to learn what slides work, and what slides undermine the presenter. The course teaches presenters how to work with visual aids to present information effectively.
Training can be provided in-company or open-access. m62 Presentation Skills Training is run across the UK, USA, Europe, and Asia.
15th July - Open62 is m62′s open enrolment hard skills training for presenters. Change the way you feel about presenting.Presentation Skills
1st February - m62 course. This paid-for course provides delegates with the core elements for effective presenting to help them build their confidence and competence.Presentation Skills
1st February - m62 seminar. Teaches delegates the basics of what works in presentations. What to do and what not to do. Presentation Skills
1st February - m62 workshop. Designed for senior customer facing executives. Trains delegates in how to deliver engaging, memorable, and therefore effective presentations. Presentation Skills
1st February - m62 course. Paid-for course for senior executives. Covers – understanding the audience, preparation, audience engagement, and maximising audience recall.Presentation Skills
m62's monthly newsletter
- Corporate Presentation Tips
- Visual Aids Gone Wrong
- Seven Aspects of Highly Effective Presentations
- Presentation Ideas
- Company Presentation, Brand, and Compliance
- Improving a Sales Presentation
- Presentation Tips that Suck
- Presentation Agency Selection
- Presentation Optimisation
- The Right Visuals
- Advanced PowerPoint Training
Paul Armson, Prestwood Software
The presentation was slick and polished – it really looked professional. The slides demonstrated the message, making it clear and easy to understand; particularly the complicated graph, which was broken down into simple steps. Much nicer to watch than slide after slide of bullet points! It really did look great.