Do you want all the members of your team to become more effective presenters? Perhaps for a new product launch at an exhibition? Or perhaps you want them to give a team presentation for a client pitch or some other new business opportunit.
Whatever the case, you know that your team needs to present a unified front. Everyone in your team needs to give of their best when they have to give a presentation–individually or as a team.
Whether your team will give presentations individually or together in team-based presentations you will require some input to the training and its delivery.
A corporate presentation training course (bespoke training) achieves just that.
Corporate Presentation Training (Bespoke Training) For Your Team
A corporate presentation training course gives you the opportunity to train all your team members–to the same standard and with a shared understanding of how to give a good presentation.
Your input ensures that your team's training is focused on the most useful and relevant presentation techniques for them and their presenting needs.
Train all your team members
Corporate Presentation Choices:
Onsite: You can organise onsite, bespoke training on your own premises–and make your training budget go even further. As an indicator we can train a team of six people at your offices with a budget of £700 plus VAT. All we need is a suitably sized room, and a whiteboard or flipchart. We do the rest.
Offsite: We can arrange for off-site tailored presentation training at a business-oriented training centre in a city or easily accessible location. We will provide costs to you, given your choice of training centre and the numbers of trainees involved.
Includes: A one day training session with your own presentation skills trainer. Up to ten training participants is manageable, but small groups can be more focussed.
Corporate Presentation Training Courses
Each bespoke training course ensures your team members have the expertise and professionalism needed to:
- Know their presentation audience
- Present the right content
- Deliver presentation relevancy
- Engage with their audiences
- Get their message across
- Use visual and verbal stimuli
- Perfect their presentation timing
- Manage Qs & As
Better pointed bullets than pointed speeches."