Whether you want to communicate to an audience in a single room or get your message across to school or community groups in the UK, the same principles apply. And it’s not just the audience that gains – the organisation represented has the opportunity to be better understood and appreciated, and the presenter gains valuable personal and professional skills. As part of your employee engagement strategy, education and community group interaction can pay significant dividends.
Developing an effective and engaging message to present to an audience is the first step. It’s not just a case of thinking of the words, but also visual aids, artefacts and activities.
Next, we work with individuals to develop their presentation skills and confidence, providing a template approach rather than a script, so that they can develop and personalise their presentation.
Link this to a support and mentoring service, face to face or virtual, and trainees can continue their personal development, and build their confidence.
“Excellent presenter. I was very nervous before the course but have learnt a lot of things in a safe environment.”
“ Fun but extremely informative. Would recommend course to anyone interested in public speaking. Looking forward to first talk – and I never thought I’d say that!”