Presentation Skills Training
Well-trained speakers know how to communicate with purpose, passion, and poise. These people appear confident and capable in almost any situation.
No matter how skilled, most people can benefit from presentation skills training. Basic public speaking courses can help novice presenters feel more comfortable in front of others, and advanced workshops can give experienced speakers an extra edge.
Our Presentation Skills Courses
Our presentation skills courses cover such topics as analyzing audiences, organizing information, using body language effectively, incorporating analogies or stories, and designing compelling slides and visual aids.
We work with:
- executives who want to strengthen their platform skills,
- technical professionals who present complex information to technical and non-technical audiences,
- people who must present information virtually, and
- other groups who need to sell their ideas or report information to an audience.
Our Workshop Facilitators
Our professional facilitators, speakers, and trainers know how to create content and deliver it in an engaging way. Throughout their careers, they’ve discovered shortcuts, tips, and tricks to make the design and delivery process easier.
Our Interactive Approach to Training
Our workshops are just that, workshops. No matter which course you choose, you can expect a hands-on program where participants learn by doing throughout the session.
To explore our existing course library, read the program descriptions shown on this page. For additional details about each class, click on the course links to see the full workshop overviews.
If you have a need our existing material does not address, we would be happy to talk with you about program tailoring or customized content. Please contact us to discuss your situation. We are excited to learn more about your group and its goals and objectives.
Note: Some programs list more than one available course length. Several factors will determine the best option for your team: the number of people in attendance, your specific goals and objectives, the amount of coaching time allotted to each participant, and your budget.