For many people, presenting is an integral part of their working life – but it can be a daunting experience. Learning how to present in a confident and structured way can engage your audience more effectively and give your message more impact.
We show you some key tools and techniques that will improve the way you present, with the opportunity to practice two presentations on the day and receive constructive feedback.
If you’re an inexperienced presenter who wants to build their confidence in delivering presentations to groups, this presentation skills training course will enhance your current ability.
By the end of the programme you’ll be able to:
Personal delivery style
Practice presentations and feedback
Affinity Sutton Group
Dec 11, 2014
Emotional intelligence (EI) – described by business psychologist Dr Susan David of Harvard University as ‘the ability to solve problems with and about emotions effectively’ – is essentially the measure of how well a person monitors their own emotions and the emotions of others, and how they
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