Fundamental skills for the nervous or novice presenterThis foundation-level presentation skills workshop helps participants gain self-awareness, manage their nerves, and get their presentations started on the right foot.
In this interactive workshop in which you work on your own real-life content, you’ll apply the fundamental principles of The Orderly Conversation. This workshop uses video-recorded exercises and private video review to help you identify and develop the skills you need to succeed. Throughout the workshop, you’ll be introduced to skills and strategies that will help you:
- Control your racing thoughts
- Manage nervousness and gain self-awareness
- Engage listeners and speak with confidence
- Frame your presentations using a simple organizational strategy
- Introduce the presentation clearly and succinctly so that it communicates (1) purpose, (2) clear direction, (3) context, and (4) a reason to participate
- Answer questions with confidence
- Set appropriate next steps
Getting Business Done & Growing Leadership Capability
Everything we do is designed to help people get business done and grow their capabilities. While a particular workshop may focus on a specific business goal—closing a deal, making a decision, learning something new, or gaining alignment—every workshop is designed to help the participants be more comfortable, effective, and confident communicators. When employees communicate more effectively, leadership capability increases, and careers advance. This brings positive results for your team and company.
Speaking with Confidence & Clarity includes pre-work and access to eCoach. Participants receive reusable job aids, reference materials, and your own in-class videos to help reinforce what you learn in class. You’ll also receive a copy of The Orderly Conversation: Business Presentations Redefined.
Attendees should have some presentation experience.
Recommended Experience LevelBeginner
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Upcoming Dates & Locations
August 1, 2017
Northwestern Univ. Evanston Campus
August 4, 2017
Northwestern Univ. Chicago Campus
Class Limit: 8 participants
Fee: $800 (includes program materials and a copy of The Orderly Conversation)
Duration: 1 day, 9:00am – 4:00pm
Maximum Enrollment: 8
Number of Instructors: 1
Degree of Coaching
Low. Coaching occurs in the main classroom only.
Participants complete an online needs assessment and begin to work on a real-life presentation by analyzing their audience and organizing high-level content.
Provided through eCoach.