This lesson includes five methods to get your nerves under control so that you can be at your best when presenting.
In this lesson we will begin our look at the very important "non-verbal" elements in your presentations. We will focus on body language, how to be perceived as credible and how to move effectively.
In this lesson we continue our exploration of our "non verbals" by covering gestures. We will also cover techniques such as anchoring and enumeration.
Eye contact is so very important. In this lesson there are three videos with eye contact tips and techniques, along with a great article by Sims Wyeth on 10 reasons eye contact if everything in public speaking.
Half of your non-verbal communication comes from your voice (the other half is your body language.) These six videos will walk you through exercises to improve your voice quality.
Presentations should never be "one-size-fits-all." Each audience you speak to deserves to be presented to differently.
Once you have analyzed your audience in lesson 6, you are ready to move on to creating your presentation. In this lesson we will look at methods to begin the process of formulating your presentation.
There are so many ways that PowerPoint can go wrong. This lesson includes a video, transcript and a webinar on how to effectively use PowerPoint along with a download.