How to Develop Effective Presentations
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How to Develop Effective Presentations Free Morning Webinar

Tuesday 2 June, 2020, 10:00-11:00 AM (please arrive by 9:50 AM) 
MFRC Annex (Building R34, Ralston, adjacent to the Wood Hobby Shop)

Every successful presentation begins with a strong plan. This webinar gives you the planning know-how you need to develop amazing presentations that hit the mark every time!

You’ve got a presentation to deliver. And that means preparation. But how do you even begin? How do you organize your thoughts into a presentation that will wow your audience? What do you do for visuals? How do you prepare for tough questions?
 
If you’re not a veteran presenter, it can be extremely overwhelming. This one-hour webinar was specifically designed to help you develop better presentations by using the strategies of master presenters. Here’s a secret: Preparation is 90% of the battle. And this webinar makes sure you’re 100% prepared!
 
Create presentations that grab hold of your audience and drive home your points — we’ll show you how.
 
Most people underestimate the importance of a good presentation plan. So, if you’re like most people, there’s a good chance you’re not setting yourself up for success as well as you could be.
 
Success is where opportunity meets preparation — be sure you’re ready!
 
Giving a presentation is easy when you’ve done your prep work. But that’s sometimes the hardest part — developing and structuring your information in a way that will be both engaging and persuasive. This is exactly why you simply cannot afford to miss How to Develop Effective Presentations.
 
Don’t spend hours reading books, surfing the Internet, or experimenting. Sign up for this fun and effective one-hour webinar and start giving more effective presentations immediately. Don’t wait, sign up now!
 
A Look at Your Agenda
  • Decide what you want to say and how to structure your case
  • Know your audience — and tailor your presentation to your listeners
  • Research and support your argument for maximum results
  • Use visual effects and multimedia to really make your point
  • Make complicated information easy to understand
  • Keep your audience interested through the use of humor, multi-media, etc.
  • Anticipate questions and objections
  • Develop a back up plan — what to do when things don’t go as planned
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