Hard Presentation Skills Open62
m62 presentation skills training doesn’t just consist of teaching presenters how to read aloud in the ‘least-bad’ way. There’s a lot more to presenting than body language and tone-of-voice.
Presentation skills training that looks at how best to present bullet points may increase a presenter’s confidence, but doesn’t escape the fact that audience members can read for themselves. The only way to really become a better business presenter is to understand how to present, and what to present.
m62 hard skills courses start by reviewing the science of communication, to understand how audiences understand visual and spoken information. By looking at modern presentation theory delegates will understand what works, and what doesn’t work, in face-to-face communication. Hard skills courses involve significant transfer of knowledge. This knowledge is then used as the basis for practical presentation skills training and tips.
By the end of the course you will:
- Know what makes a presentation great for the audience
- Know how to prepare for a presentation
- Understand how to maximise the audience’s recall of your presentation
- Know how to make presentations Engaging and Memorable
- Be able to present using Visual Cognitive Dissonance based slides
Open62 will completely transform the way you present. There are other courses out there for those who want to learn how to read bullet points in a slightly “better” way; this course is designed for those who want to deliver outstanding and effective presentations.
Who should attend?
Open62 courses specifically cater for individuals and groups of five and less, to accommodate smaller companies, and those who may have missed out on their company’s original in-house training session. Open62 teaches presentation skills in a dynamic and results-focused way.
If you arrive on your own, you’ll soon be surrounded with other like-minded people, eager to learn invaluable presenting skills. As part of the course, each delegate will present his/her own company’s presentation. A sample presentation will be provided for those who haven’t worked with m62 before.
Please call our Liverpool office on +44 (0)151 259 6262 for information on upcoming training courses.
Booking and Further Information
A full course description is available. There are plenty of examples on this website showing how m62 believe presentations should be designed and delivered. If you think this works better than typical bullet points with a presenter reading-aloud, then Open62 is for you.
Open62 courses are regularly held at our Liverpool offices. For details of upcoming events and to book, please call the m62 office on +44 (0)151 259 6262, or request a call back.
We also run further courses around the UK, Europe, USA, and Asia. To pre-register, please contact us.
- 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
Edward Balchon, Malcolm Pirnie
Working through the questions and undergoing a process of laying our presentation bare to the experts at m62 was a hugely beneficial process. It enabled us to clarify numerous points in terms of how they are received, which ultimately has led to an end result which suits a far broader range of audiences.