Communication and Presentation Skills


Presentation skills are important because, if you don't tell your story well, your audience won't understand it or remember it. Simple presentation mistakes like the presenter not speaking loudly enough or failing to repeat questions have spoiled the experience for quite a few audience members.


This workshop focuses on the basics. In it you will learn just enough for you to deliver your presentation without embarrassing yourself or wasting your audience's time. Your goal is to keep your personal habits from preventing effective communication with your audience. You will also be learning presentation skills.


The "Communication and Presentation Skills" Training Program can be offered to Corporate Clients, SMEs, Private and Public establishments across India. All our programs are customized to suit the participants' training needs. A detailed Training Design Document will be sent before the implementation of this training program


Ideal Duration

2 days

Key Learning Points:


The basics of presenting yourself


Using body language to communicate


Mastering your material


The use of your voice


How to manage your session


How to write a presentation


Learning Areas from this Training Program


Building a presence in front of the audience


To be authoritative


Communicate information to the audience


Create a learning environment


Where to stand, gestures, where to look and what to focus on while giving a presentation


How to handle questions


Ideal or Useful for:


Managers - All levels


Sales and Marketing professionals


Administration and support staff


Anyone who wants to advance his or her career through better communication and effective presentations


Ideal Group Size

15 Participants

Session Plan


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