High Impact Presentations
Inspired Presentation Skills
Effective leader communicate with enthusiasm and confidence
The High Impact Presentation course focuses on structuring an effective presentation that builds credibility, enhances the client relationship and clearly conveys the concept. Participants explore the optimum use of voice and gesture to create a lasting impression – as well as a variety of presentation styles, ranging from a formal speech to a casual meeting or contentious conversation.
Participants are given multiple opportunities to develop and practice innovative presentations. You will be videotaped, evaluated and mentored until you have achieved the ultimate goal, the ability to deliver a masterful presentation.
The class is small. The environment is supportive. The work is intense. And the results are outstanding. It’s an experience that makes a marked difference in business results. You’ll see measurable gains in communication, personal and corporate image, and ultimately, your bottom line.
Plan and Organize Professional Presentations
Develop more effective openings and closings, organize your thoughts and materials more effectively, and build more credibility through use of evidence and visuals.
Create and Maintain Positive Impressions
Present a pleasing appearance with your voice and body language, build rapport with your audience, and develop the ability to work with challenging audiences.
Be More Natural and Relaxed When Making Presentations
Communicate with increased self-confidence, become more flexible and interesting as a presenter, and be seen as competent.
Communicate Ideas with Clarity and Force
Speak more clearly and concisely, develop the ability to make written text come alive, and speak with conviction.
Sell Ideas and Inspire Others
Motivate a group to take specific action, capitalize on challenging question-and-answer sessions, and use information to sell an idea.
Earn Your Certificate
Most Dale Carnegie training courses qualify for Continuing Education Units (CEUs) and Education Credits. In addition, some classes feature specific accreditations.