One of the most important communication skills is the ability to present and put your ideas across, whether you are an employee, independent consultant, civil servant, business person or someone starting a career in public life.
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Institute of Business Studies
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One of the most important communication skills is the ability to present and put your ideas across, whether you are an employee, independent consultant, civil servant, business person or someone starting a career in public life. Being able to speak effectively is a very important asset in developing your career and gives you a competitive edge on the road to personal development. This course teaches all you need to become confident in giving effective presentations. Effective speaking is not necessarily a gift; it is a skill which can be learned or acquired.
College students, Supervisors, Business owners, Private and Public sector employees, Tour-guides, Teachers, Policemen and (persons who desire to improve upon their public speaking skills).
1. The Great Orators
2. VOCABULARY BUILDING
– Verbs of Exceptional Power
– Verbs of Deep Emotion
– Nouns of Force & Pressure
– Adjectives that suggest Strength
– Adjectives in the field of Speaking
CREATING YOUR OWN STYLE
1. Delivering the Message
2. Knowing your Voice
3. Developing an Interesting Voice
4. Capturing the Audience with your Voice
5. Speaking with your Body
1. Using Silence and Pauses Effectively
2. Using Stress & Emphasis
3. Projecting your Voice without losing it
4. Talking with the Right Attitude
5. Impromptu Speeches
1. Planning your Talk
2. Coping with Stage Fright
3. Presenting Informally
4. Presenting Formally
1. Presenting at a Job Interview
2. Presenting with a Group
3. Being in Control
4. Reviewing & Improving your Performance
Participants will be assessed by their individual public speaking presentations, both prepared and impromptu speeches.
Francis Burnett, BSC.