Free webinar offers High Impact Presentations course from comfort of your desktop

February 11, 2011

You may know Dale Carnegie Training for its signature course – which teaches public speaking techniques among many other strategies for success.

But managers with public speaking experience who are looking to refine those skills may consider High Impact Presentations, a two-day seminar that takes public speaking to new heights. Participants complete seven presentations, each of which is videotaped and reviewed. Coaches work with participants to improve their skills with each presentation.

At Dale Carnegie Training of Birmingham, High Impact Presentations is currently being offered as a free webinar. It’s a perfect time to sample the course and see if it offers the skills and feedback you need to up your game in the boardroom.

The free webinar is set for 11 a.m. to noon Wednesday, Feb. 23. There is still plenty of time to register. Click here to do so.

Those enrolled will learn to:

  • Assess the audience
  • Define goals of a presentation
  • Develop a central theme
  • Persuade the audience with supporting facts and examples
  • Project a positive image
  • Present new or difficult material
  • Sell your ideas, your organization and yourself
  • Communicate ideas with clarity and force
  • Motivate and persuade the audience

High Impact Presentations typically draws managers and professionals who present on a regular basis. Part of the two-day program also focuses on controversial topics, including addressing high-pressure situations and media responses.

Learn more about High Impact Presentations and other Dale Carnegie courses anytime by visiting the website. Share your experiences as a presenter. What challenges have you faced and how did you overcome those challenges. Let us know. Leave us a comment below.

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