Presentations and reports are ways of communicating ideas & information to a group. Presenting ideas in an interesting, concise, enthusiastic and logical way is the most sought after skill in a manager. Most often we are judged on “How we communicate” which may be as important as “What we communicate”.
Presentation Skill for Managers is a 2 day workshop. Participants learn various skills for making an effective presentation. Based on the inputs, the participants demonstrate their skills by giving a presentation on a subject of their choice. This will result in:
To understand what it takes to make a good presentation.
To familiarize the participants with a structured way of making a presentation.
Provide an opportunity to make sample presentations before unfamiliar audience.
Eliminate fear of speaking before an audience.
Who should participate?
Middle as well as junior management personnel.
Any person who has a desire to create a positive impression and enhance his / her presentation skills.
- Why presentation?
- Planning a presentation.
- Structuring a presentation.
- Types of presentations.
- Body language of presenter and audience.
- Timing the presentation.
- Handling questions from audience.
- Do’s and don’ts of effective presentation
During the workshop the participants will be asked to prepare a 15 minute presentation on a topic from their work, which will be presented by them before the participants and the feedback will be given by the faculty. This will give the participants the desired level of confidence required for making an effective presentation.
An MBA in Human Resources, Ms. Suparna has a total of 5 years experience in the BPO’s wherein she was a Soft Skills & Process Trainer. She has trained more than 1000 BPO executives on Soft Skills and Business Etiquettes & has also conducted several Team Leadership Development Trainings for Middle Level Managers. For the past 5 years she has been a member of the School’s Faculty Team where she teaches Communication Skills & Presentation Skills to B.Tech and Executive MBA students.