GO PRESENT WORKSHOP

Go Present public and in-house presentation workshops

Here Is The Opportunity You Have Been Waiting For!

Do you have a fear of public speaking?  Do you need to improve your presentation skills?   is the programme for you.  This practical two day workshop will give you key tools for not only improving your presentation skills but also enhancing your communication skills.  The workshop is designed to give participants the opportunity to practice planning and delivery techniques so that they can deliver polished, compelling presentations.

 Regardless of the topic or audience, this workshop will offer practical ideas to enhance participants’ communication styles so that they can meet even the most challenging presentation goals while being true to who they are.

This workshop is designed to be very participative and practical.  Participants come to the workshop prepared to make a five minute presentation. Another five minute presentation is also done at the end of the workshop to assess participants’ improvements.  The facilitators and fellow participants provide each presenter with structured feedback. 

 Who Should Attend The  Workshop? Anyone who wants to improve the way they communicate information to clients and team members.

Quick Facts About The  Workshop

The Programme: (what participants will receive)

®      Pre-workshop training in PowerPoint for those who are not familiar with the programme

®      A two day highly experiential workshop that focuses on enhancing presentation and communication skills

®      Information on planning and developing presentations

®      Information on assessing and engaging your audience

®      Ways to align verbals, vocals and visuals with message

®      Approaches to designing compelling presentations through the principles of story telling

®      Methods for dealing with difficult participants

®      A truly memorable experience

Programme Value: (what participants return to work with)

 ®      Improved presentation and communication skills

®      Better equipped to use visual aids impactfully

®      A practical approach for overcoming presentation anxiety

®      Strategies for improving verbal and visual images

Programme Content: (knowledge and skills that participants will acquire)

 ®      Basic principles on how to deliver powerful presentations

®      Characteristics of a good presenter

®      Eight steps to preparing a powerful presentation

®      Presentation vs. Speech

®      Overcoming presentation anxiety

®      Dealing with logistics (facility, equipment, etc)

®      Using appropriate visual aids

®      Your voice, verbal messages and visual images

®      Your most powerful visual aid – YOU

®      Handling audience questions

®      Handling ‘problem’ personalities

®      Delivery and assessment of participants’ presentations

 

Testimonials from participants of the Workshop follow:

 ‘The Go Present Workshop completely changed my perspective about presenting and public speaking.  I feel as though I am ready for any stage!’.

                   Alan Harris, Public Relations Executive, Red Advertising & Marketing Ltd

 ‘The workshop was very impactful.  The number of the participants allowed for more direct attention and critique’.

                   Eric Scott, Manager, BNB Finance & Trust Corporation

 ‘Very informative and focused in terms of tackling the key elements of effective presentations.  Practical approach is useful’.

                   Charles King, Investment Manager, Summit International Bank Ltd

 

Click here to fill out the Registration form.  Places will be allocated on a first come basis.

 

Programme Cost:

The tuition for the two day public workshop is BDS $1,500 per person plus VAT. 

Tuition includes lunch and snacks, course materials and experiential activities. 

 

Public Workshop times are:    

September 14, 2017        2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. (Optional PowerPoint Training)

September 21, 2017        8:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

September 22, 2017          8:30 a.m. – 12:00 noon

September 29, 2017          8:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.