Effective Presentations

Course Overview

Managers working at all levels must have adequate communication skills in order to deliver and conduct good presentations, feedback, instructions and meetings. If the managers do not have good communication skills, they will come across numerous problems like not making the audience understand their view by presenting it in an incorrect insufficient manner. A good presenter should be energetic, enthusiastic and flexible. This course will help the participants to be effective presenters.

Course Objectives

After finishing the course participants will be able to:

  • Identify the important components of communication process and the associated benefits
  • Learn about the forms of communication
  • Define channels of communication
  • Learn effective ways of giving job instructions
  • Demonstrate ability to give and receive information
  • Learn the use of verbal and non-verbal language for making effective presentations
  • Learn to conduct meetings effectively

Course Content

  • Overview
  • Nature of Communication
    • Define communication
    • Components of communication
    • Factors impacting communication
    • Forms of communication
    • Channels of communication
  • Job Instructions and Feedbacks
  • Give job instructions
  • Give and receive feedback
  • Delivering Effective Presentations
    • Structure a presentation
    • Prepare effective presentations
    • Use of visual aids and effective presentations
    • Learn to handle questions
  • Conducting Effective Meetings
    • How to conduct an effective meeting
    • Meeting attendants
    • Required skills to chair meetings
    • Handle difficult situations
    • Common tools for chairing meetings

Course Methodology

The training is going to be highly interactive combination of lectures, group discussions, questionnaires, individual reflections, role plays, simulations and videos.

Target Audience

  • Business owners
  • Top Management
  • Managers from all departments who are responsible for managing groups


2 days (08:30–14:30) with appropriate breaks for tea/refreshments and lunch

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