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Consider some challenges:
  • Persuade customers to buy a new product

  • Encourage employees to embrace major change initiatives

  • Urge competitors to engage in collaborative ventures

  • Avoid missed opportunities due to ineffective presentations

How do companies succeed at turning such communication challenges into gains for the business?

We empower employees to communicate boldly by helping them learn to connect confidently with any audience.

Companies use High Impact
Presentations Program to:

  • Give people at all levels the skills to sell their ideas
  • Help employees develop business-winning presentations
  • Assist technical professionals with client presentations
  • Improve the company‚Äôs image and professionalism
  • Build the confidence of leaders and future leaders
  • Prepare executives for media appearances

Communicators get ideas across with enthusiasm and poise.

Who should


Managers who have some prior public speaking experience. It is particularly useful for executives who speak in front of groups, sales people and anyone who meets the press.
This is a more advanced presentation skills training seminar and is not recommended for those new to public speaking.

What you will cover:

Creating a Positive First Impression

Increasing Credibility

Presenting Complex Information

Communicating with Greater Impact

Motivating Others to Action

Responding to Pressure Situations

Inspiring People to Embrace Change

After this program, you will be able to:

  • Identify personal objectives for the training
  • Develop rapport with the audience
  • Project professionalism and competency
  • Communicate with enhanced credibility
  • Communicate competency with confidence
  • Reinforce an informative message with supportive evidence
  • Develop flexibility in making complex materials simple and understandable
  • Communicate information in an interesting manner
  • Relate to the audience at their level
  • Develop increased flexibility through the use of expressions, gestures and voice modulation
  • Demonstrate ownership of unfamiliar material
  • Present written material in a captivating manner
  • Overcome barriers that restrict your flexibility
  • Present in a result-oriented way
  • Persuade the audience to take action
  • Be motivational, clear and concise
  • Maintain professional composure under pressure
  • Communicate clear, concise, positive messages
  • Communicate leadership ability to handle stressful situations
  • Logically and emotionally appeal to the audience
  • Use structure to gain the confidence of the audience
  • Be convincing


Two days