Listen Write Present LLC
Think about the last time you sat in the audience and listened to a great speaker. What was your assumption about his or her work? It was probably favorable. That's because we equate a person's ability to communicate ideas with his or her command of the topic. Our presentation skills workshops are the most popular courses we offer. Participants leave with a specific set of skills--and often renewed motivation--for becomming more effective speakers.
Speaking for Excellence Length: 1-2 hours
Even the best ideas are worthless unless they are communicated effectively. This course is designed to help you learn essential skills for presenting in any setting. It includes information on how to organize and deliver complex content and prepare presentations for specific purposes and audiences. You will also learn how to manage anxiety and prepare for audience questions. It features a slide presentation demonstrating how to design and edit slides to increase legibility and readability.
One-on-One Presentation Skills Training Length: 30 minutes - 1 hour
The greatest idea in the world has little value if it is not presented clearly, concisely, and convincingly. A 30-minute appointment will sharpen your presentation skills through personalized attention. This half-hour, tailored workshop offers participants the opportunity to
Small Group Presentation Skills Workshop Length: 4 hours for 8 participants
We love to teach this workshop because we see immediate results in the participants' skill sets. In this workshop, we promote an open learning enviornment that fosters team-building. The course typically begins with a brief Speaking for Excellence presentation. Then each participant gives a 3-5 minute talk that is critiqued by the peers in the audience. In between each speaker, the trainer facilitates a discussion and offers additional public speaking skills strategies that apply to the entire audience. It has a video recording option that can include individual written critiques and other follow-up.
The success of your presentation will not be judged by the knowledge you send but by what the listener receives.