Are you looking for presentation skills training? Do you want to become a confident presenter? Presenting Success offers training for individuals and teams, beginners to advanced. Choose from an open course or in-house presentation skills training.
Presenting is a key business skill. Whether you’re wanting to impress, persuade or inspire, your reputation and ultimately your success will depend on how well you do this. Many people know they can be a better presenter. The question is how?
For every presenter we’ve worked with over the last three decades, the answer has been different. Our job is to understand you and to bring out the best in your presentations. Whatever your level or experience, we can help. We are passionate about presenting. We’re very experienced in presenting at all levels, whether it’s at an informal team meeting; more formally at Board level; in multi-million pound sales pitches; or giving an inspirational keynote speech. We have over 30 years’ of experience in training and coaching people to be great presenters.
“Great course, particularly the way it dealt with the real challenges that we get in a corporate presentation. Goes way beyond the standard presentation course.” ~ Participant, Reckitt Benckiser
Do you suffer from a fear of public speaking? Many people do and Presenting Success can help you to overcome this. Do you have an important presentation ahead of you? Are you worried about how it will go? When they started out, professional public speakers felt exactly like you do. We teach a series of practical techniques to help you to overcome the fear of public speaking.
Alternatively, it may be that you are an experienced presenter who wants to up their game. We also offer advanced presentation skills training, for example for sales professionals.
Here are some things to think about, when it comes to your next presentation:
17. Using my voice well in a presentation.
18. The difference that more energy makes.
19. Preparing for the Q and A.
20. Preparing yourself – the logistics.
21. Overcoming nerves.
22. Learning from it – what happens afterwards.
23. Introducing other speakers.
24. Thanking other speakers.
25. Speaking in a conference.
26. Presenting with colleagues.