Whether it’s a presentation to colleagues, performance analysis for management or presenting to clients, the need to communicate through a presentation format has become an essential skill in the business environment. Delivering an impactful presentation can be a daunting experience for many people, yet more and more people are being asked to give both formal and informal presentations. We are now faced with an additional challenge of presenting remotely via Zoom and other platforms.
During this session Sean McLoughney will share some skills and techniques to help you improve how you structure and deliver an impactful presentation, paying particular attention to presenting remotely.
Who should attend?
This workshop will help people at all levels who need to deliver presentations, people who are nervous about giving presentation and those who never had any training in this area before.
Session 1 – How to structure a presentation
Learn and practice the core principles of presenting a message, whether you are in a meeting, or delivering a presentation to colleagues or clients
Understand the 3 key elements to structure an outstanding presentation; the purpose, the audience and the story
Begin your presentation and create interest in your message; use the ROPEÓ method to engage your audience
Establish if your slides confuse and distract your audience or add value to your presentation
How to structure your presentation when presenting remotely
Session 2 – How to deliver a presentation remotely
Tell your story with passion and conviction and leave a positive impression; understand the importance of Mehrabian rule
Understand the difference between presenting face to face and presenting remotely
Learn to overcome some of the key challenges facing people; connecting with your audience, keeping everyone engaged and maintaining concentration levels when you don’t see your audience.
Learn some tips and techniques to keep yourself focused during your presentation, maintain a good pace and how to use polls and chat pod during a presentation.
About The Lecturer
Séan McLoughney, founder of LearningCurve, is a sought after learning and development specialist, author and speaker. Since 2001 he has helped over 17,000 professionals at every level to improve their performance through his high impact workshops and webinars
In addition to his work with LearningCurve, Séan is also a senior lecturer for IPASS as well as a senior lecturer (F1-Accountant in Business -ACCA) in Accountancy School. Séan is a regular speaker for CPA
Ireland for their CPD events. As a successful author, Séan has been published internationally.
He has written three books and numerous articles. His fourth book is due out in September 2019. His first book “Slave to the Clock, Master of Time” helps you improve your time management skills while “Slave to a Job, Master of your Career”, his second book outlines how people can plan and progress their career. His third book “Meaningful Performance Reviews” helps you to improve the performance of your team by
having regular meaningful performance review meetings.
Attendance at this seminar may qualify for CPD/CPE hours for members of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Ireland, the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants, the Institute of Certified Public Accountants in Ireland, the Irish Taxation Institute, the Law Society; Accounting Technicians Ireland and other professional bodies.
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