The seminar Presentation Training shows the way to confident, convincing and entertaining presentations. Starting with the preparation of the presentation content and analysis of the target group, through the planning of the media, the actual delivery of the presentation to the follow-up: this seminar equips you for your effective presentation in front of an audience.
Contents: Presentation training
Phases of a successful presentation
Determining the objective
Defining the addressees
Formulating structure, sequence and time budget
Creating suspense, attracting attention
Visual storytelling: preparing the dramaturgy
Dealing with stage fright, stress and gaps in knowledge
Stylistic devices: voice, gestures, facial expressions and body language
Choice of words appropriate to the target group and content
Weighting of facts and entertainment
Methods for activating the audience
Dealing with critical participants
Concluding the presentation and opening a Q&A session
Follow-up and lessons learned
Follow-up with your audience
Your benefit: Presentation Training
This presentation training gives you the opportunity to put your presentation skills and rhetoric to the test. You will learn about your strengths as a speaker in order to regain your self-confidence in case of stage fright. At the same time, you will recognise areas in this seminar that you would like to optimise and develop further in order to perfect your presentation. In the end, however, the most important aspect for your presentation training is: remain authentic in front of your audience!
Know your own strengths and weaknesses during presentations
Remain confident during difficult presentation situations
Remain authentic in all presentation skills
Methodology and Didactics: Seminar Presentation
This presentation training is characterised by its distinct workshop character and its variety of methods and techniques. Starting with a video analysis, the seminar participants are provided with presentation techniques through continuous trainer input. The presentation techniques training is rounded off with feedback from the other training participants and thus becomes a differentiated coaching.
Actual analysis of presentation skills
Trainer input on presentation techniques
Video feedback for the purpose of comparing self-perception and the perception of others
Feedback from other participants on your rhetoric
Group exercises on the tools for successful presentations
Target group: Seminar Presentation Techniques
The advanced training Presentation Training is suitable for those who want to win over the audience with presentations in a confident, convincing and authentic way. The training is aimed at presenters who want to communicate convincingly both verbally with their voice and rhetoric and non-verbally by means of body language and eye contact. The target group of this presentation training consists of people who want to be aware of their strengths, but at the same time want to uncover potential for improvement for an even more effective presentation with the help of exercises.
You would like to hold the presentation training in your company as an in-house seminar? That is of course possible! We will be happy to prepare an individual offer that meets your content priorities, your specified time frame and other wishes. Please send your in-house enquiry to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Participating in this presentation training is worthwhile because you get the opportunity to receive feedback from the trainer and unbiased seminar participants regarding your presentation behaviour and rhetoric. Friends and acquaintances have only a limited ability to give you neutral feedback comparable to that of this training. At the beginning of this seminar, the coach will provide feedback rules to ensure that the quality of impressions is balanced and constructive during the course of the presentation training. Only by means of feedback can sustainable coaching be created that expands your skills.
How can I implement the contents of the presentation training in my everyday work?
Transfer the learning objectives that you identified for yourself in your presentation workshop with the trainer to your everyday business life by recalling them shortly before your presentation to clients or employees. For example, you can make a point of making eye contact with your audience during the presentation in order to radiate confidence. Alternatively, if stage fright arises, you could make eye contact with a participant who is sympathetic to you in order to regain your calmness and composure. Executives receive these and similar tips in a presentation training course.
What are the most common mistakes during a presentation?
The aspects of a speech that listeners often find disturbing are numerous. Making yourself effectively aware of these unwanted elements through exercises and working on them is the goal in this presentation training:
Agitated start to your presentation
Lack of presentation structure
Participants in your presentations miss eye contact
Too little verbal interaction with the audience
Interaction with the presentation technique seems unprepared
What kind of performance can I practise in the presentation training?
The closer this seminar comes to your everyday professional life, the better. In this respect, all training participants are invited to bring their own presentations to the course. These could be, for example, the following presentation occasions:
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Calculation of the overall evaluation
The total of eight evaluation criteria, which are collected by means of a questionnaire, result proportionately in the calculated overall evaluation.
I really liked the exchange, the practical approaches and the relevance of the seminar content.
H. Grader, Aareon Deutschland GmbH
Thank you for the new tools I have been given. This training is VERY GOOD!