Public speaking and presenting in any form can seem like a daunting task. Whether it’s one-to-one, at a round table or speaking at an event, the thought of being in the spotlight for many, is the stuff of nightmares!
Step in Perfect Presentation. We helped calm the nerves of over 30 of Westminster Business Council’s Young Professionals, with our Public Speaking & Confidence Skills Workshop, hosted by Pearson College.
The workshop, delivered by Perfect Presentation’s Training Manager, Paul Bryant, blended acting and self-portrayal techniques, with the business skills to instill confidence in the speaker and to deliver a compelling presentation in both important business meetings and to larger crowds.
The interactive session focused on:
• Using your physicality and mindset to your advantage.
• Mastering correct breathing to control voice, pitch, and tone.
• Influencing those around you, including senior decision makers.
Ahead of the event, WBC’s held discussions with top employers, and uncovered that presentation skills is one of the top concerns within the wider skills gap crisis. The event provided young professionals – from the ages of 20 to 30 – the opportunity to acquire and learn these vital skills.
Sophie Shrubsole, Operations Director, Westminster Business Council:
“The training event provided by Perfect Presentation was absolutely spot on. Paul the trainer got the whole audience relaxed but engaged. People left with tangible ways to improve their presentation skills and felt more confident about tackling those big speaking moments!”
Get in touch:
If you want to learn more about our bespoke workshops to help with public speaking, job interview training, pitching and more, head to Perfect Presentation.
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