Mitacs Step: Practice Your Presentation Skills I - Saskatoon (Mar 27, 2012)

Step | SK

When:  Tuesday March 27, 2012

Time:  8:30am - 4:30pm (Registration 8:00am SHARP)

Where:  The University of Saskatchewan 

Room:  TBD

 

Register here! 

 

The simple truth is that people who present well in front of groups are far more likely to succeed at captivating, persuading and inspiring others, and are generally perceived as better leaders. In summary, one’s ability to present will help determine their success in business.

In this one-day workshop, theory is introduced in short bursts, and participants spend the majority of time practicing their presentation skills and receiving onsite feedback.

The focus on extensive practice and feedback is what makes the program meaningful, and is what makes the learning stick.

Learning Outcomes

Results Participants Can Expect

  • Greater ability to persuade and motivate others 
  • Engage others through genuine authenticity 
  • Overcoming fear 
  • Be perceived as a stronger leader overall
  • Key focus areas
  • Engaging the audience 
  • Structuring presentations 
  • Making points persuasively 
  • How to (and how not to) use slides and other visual aids 
  • Managing fear 
  • Presentation logistics
Date: 
Tue, 03/27/2012 - 08:30 - 16:30

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