Making your Pitch Organizing Your Thoughts and Ideas to be Credible

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The ability to present articulately to management, to the customer, or a non-tech audience can significantly enhance your credibility. Delivering engaging presentations at work or professional events is a way to share your ideas and gain a reputation as a valued employee and an expert in your field.

Why Should You Attend:

An effective presentation means that the audience knows exactly what is expected of them as a result of the presentation. The speaker displays the right amount of enthusiasm, concern, and emotion. The presentation is an appropriate length. There is a detail only where necessary.

The presentation is interesting. There is a clear call for action If you are in presenting chances are that you organize your thinking around problems and solutions and that is a powerful framework for presentations.

In this webinar, you will learn how to start by thinking about what problem the presentation is intended to solve.

Learning Objectives:

On successful completion of this course, you will be able to:

  • How to Shape Perceptions through presenting
  • The Key Components of Effective Presentation
  • Defining persuasion and influence using ethos, logos and pathos
  • Develop and organize engaging presentations
  • Design and use appropriate visual aids
  • How to make your presentation points clear,
  • How to retain audience interest

Who Will Benefit:

  • Professionals who are first-time presenters who need to build their presentation skills and confidence
  • Professionals who speak in public occasionally but need to feel more comfortable and effective
  • Professionals who want to share an idea in a group setting or move up in their career and speaking before a group will be necessary
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