Delivering Powerful Presentations

Course Outline

Delivering Powerful Presentations

General information on course

Do you want to become a top sales performer and consistently outsell your competition? Would you like the ability to communicate more effectively with your peers and senior management? It’s common knowledge that people fear public speaking more than they fear their own death. Developing solid speaking skills and learning how to deliver a presentation with confidence, will help to enhance your career potential and improve your personal and professional life. Delivering an effective presentation is more than just being able to say the words. We live in a very visual world. Studies have concluded that we communicate ninety-three percent of the time, not by the words we say, but by how we say them; both by the inflection in our voice, and by our body language. To be an effective communicator and presenter you need to have the ability to “hold your audience.” You need to deliver your message in such a way as to ensure your audience has received the message as you intended. This workshop has been developed to teach you how. Moreover, you will gain valuable, constructive, and personalized feedback, which will assist you in becoming a more dynamic speaker and presenter.


Two Full Days (can be customized to suit your needs and time constraints). During Day Two, participants will deliver a presentation to the group on a

Who Should Attend:

Are you a project manager, supervisor, or team leader needing to present an overview of your next major project? This workshop has been designed for both beginners and seasoned professionals wanting to build solid presentation skills or enhance those they already have.


After successfully completing this course, participants will:

  • Discover how to identify different audience behavioural types;
  • Learn how to position their company and or your product sales message;
  • Learn how to use the available presentation space and work a room to gain acceptance;
  • Understand the importance of body language and how to project a confident image.


  • Discover how your behavior impacts your performance;
  • Use interactive audience hooks to captivate your audience and keep them interested;
  • Deliver your message in an impactful way;
  • Develop a dynamic presentation by incorporating seven key steps.

By means of group discussion, case studies and one-on-one instruction, participants will gain the ability to apply what they learn in this workshop. Training/learning need not end after this session is over. We offer on-going support at no additional cost to ensure that participants benefit the most from their attendance in this workshop.

To find out more about Advanced Consulting and Training Ltd. and what we can do for you and your organization visit

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