Average speakers use a presentation to inform. Great leaders use the platform to persuade, motivate and to inspire. They know techniques one has to learn and practice to wow the audience. This course focuses on the positive and negative impact of: a. the content and b. the presenter. Discover proven tactics to increase persuasiveness and the wow factor.
Cleaver speakers know they must capture the audience’s interest in the first one to two minutes. They sweat over how to make a strong conclusion. They know how to embed use facts, statistics, stories and anecdotes, they are skills at framing questions questions, etc. Other important variables deal with the use of support material such as facts, statistics, stories and anecdotes, the ability to ask and answer questions, etc.
Skilled presenters realize they must capture the audience’s interest in the first few minutes. They must make a positive impression based on nonverbal communication and subtle characteristics of the voice.
When the best visuals are combined without a dynamic, credible speaker, there a magic in words. Be ready to learn how to cast a few spells.
Level I: Knowledge and Understanding
• Know the structure of a persuasive presentations.
• Discover the content elements of underlying a great speech.
• Be able to describe the process delivery no speaker can afford to ignore.
• Discover a number of tactics that increase persuasiveness during delivery.
Level II: Skill Building Practice
• Present and construct a persuasive presentation on a famous leader.
|Major Learning Formats: Full Classes||Dual Track Learning: Relevant Theory To Build Skills|
|Major Learning Formats: Short Courses||Legacee Academy: Five Concentrations|
|Sample Structure of a Short Course: From Tough as Nails|
Skill-Based Learning Essentials
|The Theory and Practice of Learning Skills||From Novice To Mastery|
|Competency Modeling Essentials||Programs For Individuals|