The ability to give presentations and speeches that have influence and impact remains one of the most desirable of professional and personal credentials. We attach an almost mythical quality to those who, seemingly without effort, are able to captivate an audience, and yet public speaking remains a fearful activity for many people, whilst being a necessity for many of us, professionally and personally.

In a society that is becoming more and more reliant on technology, the need and desire to be part of rich, 'LIVE' communication becomes all the more crucial.

Few skills can increase self-confidence more, whilst simultaneously raising profile and credibility.

This two-day course encourages increased self-awareness. It is designed to provide participants with all the essential tools to help them conquer their fears, and the knowledge base to put them in control. They will develop an authentic presentation style, which allows freedom to flex that style in order to connect with others and create memorable messages. Participants will be filmed twice throughout the two days and will have the opportunity to see and view themselves in playback. They will give and receive specific, developmental feedback

Who is it for?

The Art of Presenting is relevant to anyone who wishes to develop their skills and confidence as a presenter and public speaker, whatever their level of experience. Learn how to make the best of your unique qualities, your material and your relationship with your audience in order to leave a lasting positive impression

Benefits

By the end of The Art of Presenting course you will be able to:

  • Recognise how others perceive you
  • Create a presentation style which feels comfortable and authentic
  • Flex your style to connect with a variety of audiences
  • Present with increased confidence, credibility and impact
  • Create memorable messages and structure engaging stories
  • Manage anxiety and remain calm whilst performing
  • Extend the range, power and freedom in your voice
  • Increase your presence

We’re the CIPD — the professional body for HR and people development. We are the voice of a worldwide community of 140,000 members committed to championing better work and working lives.

We’ve been setting the benchmark for excellence in people and organisation development for more than 100 years. Through our expertise and research we provide a valuable point of view on the rapidly changing world of work. And for our members we’re the career partner of choice, setting professional standards and providing the know-how to drive the HR and L&D professions forward.

We’re independent and not-for-profit and hold a highly respected Royal Charter. We exist to make work and working lives better. And at a time of unprecedented change we have the vision, agility and strength to make a real difference to our members, to businesses, to the economy and to all working people.

What we do and how we work

For an overview of the work we do and how we do it, download our annual review or find out about:

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The CIPD acronym stands for the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, but today we're known simply as the CIPD. As an organisation, we stand for better work and working lives. Policymakers and opinion formers look to us for a definitive and impartial point of view. Our independence, research and expertise enable us to meet this expectation with a vision of the future that’s grounded in evidence and promotes working practices that drive maximum value for both employees and the businesses they work in.

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