Public Speaking Skills Training Course
For many, public speaking fear and anxiety are hard to avoid but it doesn't have to be this way. We can teach you to love presenting in front of others. With a little bit of hard work, simple tools and the most important component- practice - we will have you feeling confident in no time.
Our public speaking courses offer participants the chance to work on their communication skills in a focused and engaging context. Corporate Impact public speaking skills training can be delivered as 1:1 or in groups of up to fifteen, in a time frame to suit your needs.
At a glance, you will -
Learn importance of public speaking and practical tools to deal with your nerves
Discover better ways to structure your content
Harness types of public speaking tools to prepare and rehearse for a speaking engagement
Take charge of your voice and body, making them work for you, not against you
Understand the impact a change of audience will have on your presentation
Find ways to make power point your friend.
Unpack the power of storytelling, one of the qualities of a good public speaker
All of this in a highly practical, challenging and entertaining session.
3 Public Speaking Techniques
Rehearse out loud. Rehearsing is not mumbling to yourself in bed while you think about last nights Game of Thrones.
Breath. When we get nervous one of the first to go, is breath. When you have no breath, you have no oxygen going to your brain. When you have no oxygen in your brain, you can't think. When you think, you can't remember your next line. When you can remember you next line, you get nervous. And when you nervous, you don't breathe, and so on and so forth, until you die a horrible public speaking death. Resurrect yourself - breathe.
Warm up. No such thing as a free lunch. Get in touch and we'll tell you the rest.
Contrary to popular belief, most great orators aren't born awesome. They practice their skills. It’s not magic, it’s work.
Take someone like Robin Williams, one of those irreverent speakers that give the impression of being off the cuff, are actually well rehearsed and in command of their message. Take a look behind the curtain with us.