Presentation Skills 

Presentation skills are crucial in today’s workplace. At one point or another, most professionals will be required to prepare and deliver a presentation. Technical presentations require a good and healthy combination of skills needed to prepare and deliver presentations using the MS Office PowerPoint and/or other dynamic tools. Good PowerPoint presentations utilize an intuitive combination of data, text, and multimedia content to create a story. Mastering these skills is the key to unlocking your potential as a corporate speaker. This program helps the participants prepare quality PowerPoint presentations by taking them deeper into the fundamentals of PowerPoint, alongside focussing on the soft skills needed to deliver world class presentation.Our interactive sessions will help you master the end-to-end skills needed for a great presentation. These sessions are ideal for those aiming to take their skills to higher echelons. We also cover important areas of presentation such as rapport building, handling queries, and grading the audience, to name a few. You’ll learn and understand how easy, yet effective presentations can be.

The objectives of this program are to develop the participants’:
  • MS Office PowerPoint skills
  • Public speaking confidence
  • Audience interactions and rapport building
  • Storytelling ability
  • Eye for design 
After completing this program, the participants will be better able to….
  • Design and deliver presentations using the MS Office PowerPoint and/or other dynamic tools
  • Begin and end a presentation in a very effective manner
  • Do both presentations with PowerPoint and without PowerPoint well
  • Develop stories to build rapport with the audience
  • Speak better in public, specifically in a corporate environment
Ideal for:
  • Consultants
  • Business Analysts
  • Project Managers
  • Professionals who need to use presentations at work
  • Executives
  • Managers

1. Presentation fundamentals

2. Types of presentations: PowerPoint & Oral

3. Starting and ending a presentation

4. Things to keep in mind while designing and delivering presentations

5. Do’s and Don’ts in presentations

6. Handling queries in a presentation session

7. Non-verbal communication during presentations