When you present, do you struggle to get your points across in a clear and compelling way?
Do you fail to truly engage or influence your stakeholders?
Do you lack confidence in your abilities?
If you answered yes to any of these, there's no need for it to stay this way. Great speakers were not born like that. They learnt the skill of public speaking and you absolutely can too.
Let me show you how to become the speaker want to be
1 - AN AUDIENCE CENTRIC OBJECTIVE
How to define a clear, audience centric objective, which will help your audience relate to and see value in what you're presenting and ensure you make a clear point.
> Challenge #1 - Define an objective for your 5-min talk.
2 - A VISUAL STRUCTURE
How to map out your talk in a simple, visual way that will help your audience to follow along and help you to really generate buy-in.
> Challenge #2 - Map out the structure for your 5-min talk.
3 - ENGAGING MESSAGES
How to share your message in a way that's engaging and will get people curious and interested in your topic and intently listening to what you have to say.
> Challenge #3 - Find engaging content for your 5-min talk.
4 - POWERFUL DELIVERY
How you can use your voice and body to deliver a powerful message, that will draw people in and get them excited about what you're talking about.
> Challenge #4 - Tape yourself giving your talk and listen back to ensure it all flows well.
5 - PROJECTING CONFIDENCE
How to visualise success, crush any limiting beliefs and silence your inner critic in order to get in the best possible mindset to deliver your talk with confidence.
> Challenge #5 - Identify what success looks like for you and reframe any limiting beliefs.
6 - INITIAL SHOWCASE
Everyone will present their 5min talk and seek feedback from the Group on how clear the messaging is and how engaging the delivery is.
> Challenge #6 - Present your talk to the Group and incorporate feedback.
7 - EFFECTIVE VISUAL AIDS
How to use visual aids in a way that will best support your audience's understanding and retention of your talk and the engagement killers to avoid.
> Challenge #7 - Design your essential visual aids (if any).
8 - FINAL SHOWCASE
Everyone will present their 5min talk one final time and seek feedback from the Group on how well the visual aids support the understanding of the messages.
> Challenge #8 - Present your talk to the Group and incorporate feedback.
8 x Weekly 90min Live Streams
Everything in Regular + these additions: