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The aim
To give staff at all levels the confidence and skills to prepare and deliver effective presentations. About the program
Originally quite comfortable with the thought of submitting a written report on an office relocation, a young executive is panic-stricken when she's told that she has to present it in person to the board.

Her first run-through is a disaster, but with encouragement from a colleague she soon learns the secrets of making an effective presentation. He reassures her that she knows more about the project than anyone else. She has no reason to worry providing she approaches the task methodically.

By following a number of simple steps - Position, Options and Proposal - she is able to conquer her fears and make a successful presentation. She then discovers that no two audiences are the same and that she must adapt her presentation accordingly. The benefits
-Ideal for first-time presenters and for experienced presenters wishing to review their technique
-Proves that you don't have to be a 'natural' presenter to make a professional presentation
-Teaches people how to communicate complex proposals effectively
-Shows how to tailor presentations for different audiences Related training issues:
Writing skills Information:
A Video Arts production featuring Dawn French, Robert Lindsay and Gary Waldhorn. Release date: 1996
New Employee Curriculum
Release Date
Jun 1, 1996
Video Running Time (minutes)
Video Arts Ltd.
Featured Talent
Dawn French
Robert Lindsay
Gary Waldhorn
Presentation Style
Humorous drama
Course ID


Trainer/Leader Guide
Group Trainers Workbook
Overhead Slides
Self Study Workbook

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