The Presenter's Handbook is so much more than a book. It allows presenter's to develop core skills and techniques in presenting.
We are transforming perception and expectation of presenting.
The first important step in presenting is understanding that none of us are perfect, it takes time to continuously improve presentation performance. As your first step in acknowledging that your presentation skills can be improved try the quick test on our website. The average score is 8/15. This proves many of us need to improve those presentation skills.
Once that important step is acknowledged, you can improve your presentation skills. The next step is deciding where the improvement would have a significant impact. A selection of courses are available covering physiology, psychology, performance, reflection and 2 courses designed specifically for the presentation.
If these courses do not match exactly, for example a sales team, then The Presenter's Handbook can offer a bespoke selection of courses.
Once the training is over, the process of improvement does not stop. We offer remote analysis of presentations through secure servers. This allows you to view your presentation and feedback from anywhere in the world.
As we said constant improvement for professional development.
It all starts with you though, taking that first step of acknowledging improvement is possible.
Full chapter registration
On line presenter test
Full course out line
Buy the book
Continual Professional Development
State of the art video analysis
Remote access for clients
To support mentoring The Presenter's Handbook have a selection of courses that address many of the issues experienced by presenter's.
Which one matches your need?
Improve the physiology of presenting.
Removing fears of presenting.
Understanding body language.
Where to look and how to talk.
Improve the psychology of presenting.
Creating positive anchors as latches.
How memory influences an audience.
Cognitive dissonance to build slides.
Central fitness indicators.
Improve the performance of presenting.
Key message and story.
Addressing the audience.
Dual encoding of talk and graphic
Understanding the audience requirements.
Improve initial presentation skills.
Consideration of bullets and graphics.
Consideration of text and numbers.
What constitutes a distraction?
Interaction a key driver.
Improve the complete presentation.
Orientation and freedom to move.
Tactical pause in the presentation.
Understand the running order.
Importance of reflection on a presentation.
Generation of feedback.
The final thought.