You only get one chance to make a lasting impression. This one-day workshop is about how to approach and conduct informal presentations and encounters to make sure that you establish a productive working relationship, get your message across with impact and make a positive lasting impression.
How you enter a room, come across, shake hands, dress or express yourself can significantly affect whether you influence or convince others. It’s even more important to make a lasting impression by getting your message across and creating the right personal chemistry with the audience, whether that's to one person or a small group.
The course builds internal confidence to tackle situations such as selling products or services to individuals, chairing and participating in meetings, interviews, appraisals and briefings, as well as business social functions.
Ideal for anyone needing to practice and develop their effectiveness in informal, small groups, and one-to-one situations.
Through attending this event, participants will...
One to two days
Maximum 6 participants
"Really engaging and I came out with way more advice and improvements than I expected. Especially around acting confident."Jonny Scherrer, IT Team Lead Ocado
"They allow you to be you and feel confident to say what you think. It allows you to really delve into the leader that you are and how to further improve."Camila Horner, Finance Lead Humankind
"The course goes beyond presentation skills. The principles can be applied in many other situations. Learned to trust myself, keep calm, and also how to captivate an audience."Gabriela Montalvo, Project Manager Particip
"Extremely interesting, thought provoking, challenging and informative. After preparing a presentation, the feedback and strategies that were given to me will really help me going forward and I will definitely be putting them into practice."Helen Hubberstey, Area Manager Humankind
"Perfect balance of going outside of comfort zone without going too far. The length of presentations to practice is perfect too. I felt completely engaged throughout."Jessica Giles, Senior Manager EY