Managers and certain employees request to receive personal coaching on the delivery of an effective presentation. This is for several key reasons:
- The trainee wishes to train alone and not in a group due to his position in the organization.
- The trainee wishes to train alone due to his difficultly in obtaining group coaching.
- The trainee requests to receive personal training outside the framework of the organization, in order to improve his chances for promotion.
- The trainee receives personal coaching following his superiors’ recommendation.
- The trainee is the owner of an independent business.
The main aim of presentation training is to provide, develop and improve the trainee’s awareness and personal skills in presenting a subject in the most professional and effective manner.
- CEO’s and deputy CEO’S.
- Marketing and sales managers and personnel.
- Managers and personnel presenting to external and internal customers.
- Service personnel.
- Organizational training and development personnel.
- Public figures.
- Anyone who is required to present a convincing message before a large or small audience.
Outputs and Benefits
The outputs proposed constitute an initial framework only and are dependent upon the performance of the comprehensive coaching. Upon the decision to perform the coaching, an additional preparatory conversation takes place to focus and adapt the contents of the coaching and the desired output.
Comprehensive coaching on effective presentation skills will provide the trainee with the ability to present a targeted presentation that achieves results, while arousing the audience’s interest throughout the presentation. So the trainee will master the following skills:
- Defining the objective and key message of the presentation while adapting the message to the target audience.
- Building an effective presentation.
- Discovering ways of raising the audience’s level of attentiveness.
- Awareness to body language and effectively utilizing it.
- Effective use of visual aids.
- Managing questions and answers, and dealing with interruptions.
- Effective coping with stage fright.
- Effective dealing with events and responses from the content or technical aspects.
The timeframe for the coaching is at least one hour and up to six hours and more, depending on the skills of the trainee, the level he aspires to reach, and his preparatory work prior to the meeting(s).