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Presentation Skills Training
Presenting at Conferences
This mastery-level speaker training program is designed to be the last step in the process of preparing participants to demonstrate thought leadership at conferences or to become certified for your speakers bureau.
Medium to High
Duration: 2 days
Maximum Enrollment: 6
Number of Instructors: 2
Location: Client Site or Hotel Ballroom
Degree of Coaching
High: coaching occurs in the main classroom, private video-review coaching follows every in-class exercise
High-potential presenters and emerging thought leaders
Presenting at Conferences
Demonstrating thought leadership on the speaking circuit
Throughout the class, participants apply the principles of The Orderly Conversation to their own real-life conference presentations.
Participants in this dress-rehearsal workshop learn to
Demonstrate thought leadership
Be appropriately energetic and persuasive without a heavy-handed sales approach
Grasp quickly who is in the audience and modify their presentations on the fly in order to meet the needs of each specific group
Create (or modify existing) visual aids to support key messages
Engage attendees in a comfortable, flexible conversation while being clear and concise
Use visuals effectively
Think on their feet so that they can answer questions and address interruptions confidently
Facilitate fruitful interactions with attendees
Demonstrate expertise when sitting on a panel discussion
In addition to the skill-reinforcement resources included in eCoach, consider these options:
Manager Support Program: Managers play a critical role in helping employees apply what they learn in class to the situations they face outside of it. To help managers support the learning, and when appropriate to do so, we provide guidance for setting expectations prior to the workshop and providing support after.
Virtual Presentation Skills Training: The skills required to present virtually are an extension of the skills required in face-to-face situations. If your presenters present virtually, consider adding a virtual post-workshop session to help them be more successful in the online environment.
Dress Rehearsal Coaching: To help workshop participants succeed, especially when the stakes are high, consider adding post-workshop coaching. This hour-long one-on-one follow-up takes place virtually and may be conducted any time after the workshop. Individuals always work with one of the instructors from their workshop to ensure continuity and mutual trust.
Communication Training Yields Business Results
We believe that business communication training must focus on business results: making work easier, employees more successful, workplaces more cooperative, and goals more attainable.
Getting Business Done and 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.
Private Coaching and Video Review: Capturing learners on video as they work on their real-life content, which is followed by private video playback and coaching, is an essential element to this training. It helps workshop participants understand their natural strengths (and weaknesses). As they grow their self-awareness, they can apply what they learn in class to the variety of situations they face outside of it.
During the tailoring process, Turpin modifies the workshop to meet the specific needs of the business and each individual attending the training.
We believe in a blended learning approach. eCoach is how we do it.
Participants complete an online needs assessment and submit their presentation for instructors to review.
After the workshop, participants have access to a host of job aids and tools to help them apply what they learn to situations they face outside the training room.