The following topics will be covered during the session:
- Writing for Impact
- Constructing your Presentation
- PowerPoint - Friend or foe?
- Managing our Nerves
- Dealing with Questions
- Sense and Nonsense about Body Language
- "Can you hear me at the back?" (a little on voice projection)
What to Expect
Participants will be required to bring a very brief PowerPoint presentation (2-3 slides) from their own work settings.
The session will be interactive with many opportunities to practise the skills covered. The trainer will provide you with constructive feedback throughout the session and you will also be able to get some feedback from your peers.
Andy Greenhalgh read English at Cambridge before training as an actor. He worked for over 30 years in Film, Television and Theatre, and then moved into corporate training working as role-player, facilitator and trainer in a huge range of industries in both public and private sector. Clients have ranged from multinational companies to housing associations.
He now works at Regent University London teaching Acting, Interpersonal Communications, Public Speaking and Presentation Skills. At Morley College he teaches Public Speaking and Interview Skills. In 2012 he was nominated for a Times Higher Education Award for the Widening Participation Initiative.