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Presentation Skills Training – London

Presentation Skills training Delivered on Behalf of the Henshall Centre

Many people underestimate the value of learning how to present effectively.  Just because you can speak doesn’t mean that you can present well.   Developing the key presentation skills will make you a much more effective communicator and can lead to better client pitches and a higher profile within the company.

Presentation Skills Training Course Overview:

  • Delegates learn techniques to sharpen their presentation skills. 
  • They gain proven methods for delivering confident presentations that hold the attention of their audience.
  • They design and use effective visual aids.
  • Delegates practise what they learn in sessions on camera. and receive constructive critique from their peers and the instructor
  • The get a copy of their presentations for reflection after the course

This course is ideal for

  • People who avoid giving presentations
  • Staff who need to pitch ideas to existing and prospective clients
  • Managers who need to inform, educate and inspire
  • presenters who realise that their skills need refreshing / polishing

For more information about our presentation skills course in London and to book, please call the Henshall centre on 0845 226 0210

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Public speaking nerves – embrace your vulnerability

One of the most common reasons for public speaking nerves is our fear of making a mistake in front of others. Maybe we’ll dry up, or say something stupid or …   In other words, we are scared to let others to see that we are anything less than perfect. Interestingly, some of the best…Continue Reading

Olympic lessons for presenters who want to be the best

The dust has settled on the London 2012 Olympics and the UK can get back to normal but are there any lessons for presenters from the 2012 Games? I could be negative and have a go at the professional BBC commentators who managed to entertain us with a vast selection of bloopers, contrived alliterations, uhms…Continue Reading

Are you afraid of people looking at you?

Recently I have had a number of presentation coaching clients who have avoided making presentations because they suffered from an acute fear of being looked  or judged. The technical name for the fear of people looking at you is Scopophobia and can be a very debilitating.  Whilst some cases need specialist 1:1 therapy, many people find that simple…Continue Reading

Discourage Critical Feedback If You Want To Improve Faster

I’ve been training presentation and public speaking skills for more than ten years now and today I’d like to share one thing I learned which has had the biggest single impact on the results I get.   If you are curious to know what it it, then read on. I still remember the first bit of…Continue Reading