Being able to give effective presentations is an important business skill. It is vital to be able to clearly and convincingly communicate your ideas to others. In fact, it has always mattered.
They say 'great minds think alike'. In the world of inventions it is quite common for more than one person to be working on a similar solution to a problem at the same time, often without knowledge of each other.
Have you ever found yourself listening to a manager or colleague presenting their case and said to yourself 'I had that idea as well'?
History is littered with inventors who may well have been the first to come up with the idea, but who are not necessarily credited with the invention. A good example of this is the miners safety lamp - often known as the Davy lamp. There was a dispute between Davy and George Stephenson (the other inventor) which Davy effectively won. The contest was considered uneven as Stephenson lacked the notoriety and speaking abilities of Davy.
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The people we tend to know as the inventor or creator of an idea is often the person with the best communication skills; the person most able to deliver effective presentations to potential investors and backers; the person most able to persuade and influence their audience about the benefits of their invention.
Learn how to present clearly and confidently. There will be opportunities to prepare presentations, practice presenting, receive feedback and to develop an appropriate presentation style that will work for you. You will learn how to use your body language, vary your vocal style, connect with your audience, and structure your presentation and supporting visuals to align with your presentation purpose.
Ask about running this workshop in your business or options for public workshop places.
By the end of the workshop you will be able to:
Establishing the foundations
You, the presenter
Developing your presentation
The ability to communicate clear simple messages is a critical business skill. Banish the death by power point that infects so many business presentations and stand out from the crowd. When you make effective presentations and really engage with your audience people take notice.
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Richard Lock: International trainer, speaker,and coach helping businesses and individuals learn the secrets of effective communication.
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