Presentations and public speaking
Even battery chickens don't have to endure 93 slide PowerPoint presentations. In this session, we'll show you how you can avoid inflicting this sort of torture on yourself and others, and instead can enjoy (yes, enjoy) giving lively presentations that make a difference.
The aim is for you to develop your own effective presentation styles and skills. We focus on easy steps for structuring a powerful presentation, professional presenters' tricks of the trade, and finding a delivery style that is unique to each participant.
But that is not enough. The real power lies in remembering that the purpose of every presentation is not merely to deliver information. Nor is it merely to be interesting or entertaining. The real purpose of every presentation is to motivate your audience to think, believe or act differently. We'll show you how.
The agenda is highly flexible, in order to meet the needs of the group.
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- Building an Effective Business Case (5th December)
- Advanced Writing Skills (5th December 2013)
- Working With and Understanding Local Government (5th December)
- Persuasive Writing Skills (26th February 2014)
- Law and the Legal Framework of the UK (26th February 2014)
- Summarising Documents Quickly and Accurately (26th February 2014)
- Advanced Writing Skills (26th February 2014)
- Presenting to a Captive Audience (6th March 2014)
- Stakeholder Engagement and Partnership Working (6th March 2014)
- The Law of Judicial Review the Government in Court (12th March 2014)
- Taking Effective Minutes (12th March 2014)
- Effective Written Briefings (12th March 2014)
- An Overview of Parliament (19th March 2014)
- Speed Reading (19th March 2014)
- Policy and Law - Bills, Regulations and Statutory Interpretation (19th March)
- Line Management (26th March 2014)
- Working With and Understanding Local Government (26th March)
- Managing Difficult Conversations (26th March 2014)