EFFECTIVE BRIEFINGS/PRESENTATIONS REVIEW AND RECAP


BACKGROUND:
This is meant to be a follow-up program for Effective Briefing Techniques and our Presentations course. This program will be held no sooner than 11 months after the participants have completed either the Briefings or Presentations course. It will bring the students together one last time to review and to put into practice all of the skills that they have learned to use over the previous 11 months. This session will give them the opportunity to review each of the previous classes, and to discuss how the class has affected them in their daily work lives.

OBJECTIVES:
This final session will be designed to review each of the previous programs. The instructor will encourage maximum class participation in order to:

  • Clarify remaining questions
  • Increase retention
  • Encourage continued application of ideas
  • Build upon the spirit of cooperation
  • Provide a complete learning experience

DELIVERY METHODOLOGY:
Instructor uses short lectures, role plays, films, practical exercises, and group participation.

TOPICS COVERED:
This final session will cover review of the material presented in previous sessions, such as:

  • Listening skills
  • Presentation skills
  • Briefing preparation
  • Speech preparation
  • Platform speaking
  • Management presentation
  • Platform fear
  • Speaking fear
  • Presentation fear
  • Extemporaneous speaking
  • Handling the press
  • Speaking to the press
  • Preparing visuals
  • Speaking aids
  • Flip charts
  • Transparencies
  • Viewgraphs
  • PowerPoint
  • Large audiences
  • Small audiences
  • Oral Communications

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