The Learning Catalyst - a blog for Trainers and Presenters

The Learning Catalyst - a blog for Trainers and Presenters

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Extreme Presentation Skills Workshops

Training Director / Consultant

The Learning Catalyst has put together an exciting new concept around Extreme Presentation Skills which can be used by trainers and presenters alike. Our 1 day program is guaranteed to get results. We also have the option for a second day where all the concepts can be put into direct practice by the participants.

The workshop encompasses the following;

Day 1
- Remembering names
- Dynamic openers
- Call to action closers
- Front end contracts
- Avoid 'death by powerpoint' - learn to 'be' the presentation and use resources as an aid to presenting
- Use body language, posture, tone of voice to your advantage
- Time management for presenters - how to ensure you never run out of time during a presentation
- Getting connection with the audience
- Apply adult learning principles and learning styles in the presentation or training sessions
- Building a sense of community almost instantly
- Using your power for good in a presentation or training environment
- Extreme Presentation rules
and many more exciting concepts for trainers and presenters!

Day 2 - OPTIONAL - Putting it all into action
Presentations can be filmed then played back to provide an opportunity for self-reflection, feedback from other trainees and facilitator. Note that this is purely an optional day. This is great for checking distracting movements or verbal mannerism, (um, OK, you know etc)

Contact me now for more information on how these workshops can empower your staff to become better trainers or presenters.

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  • April 6, 2011
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