Course Code: 19007

Presenting with Impact

Class Dates:
1/2 Days
Class Time:
Instructor-Led Training, Virtual Instructor-Led Training


  • Course Overview
  • Presenting with Impact course introduces concepts and techniques necessary to help students learn all the skills necessary to deliver successful presentations. They’ll also learn how to avoid pitfalls along the way, and deal with potentially challenging situations.

    Upon the successful completion of this course, candidates can expect to gain knowledge and understanding in the following areas:

    The four cornerstones of a successful presentation
    How to assemble and organize the content of the presentation in developing its message
    About presentation styles, how to control nerves, and how to address an audience
    How to "set the stage" for the presentation
    How to control and run the presentation
    How to keep the audience engaged
  • Audience
  • This course is designed for individuals looking to develop their leadership and supervision skills. It is appropriate for all levels of experience


  • There are no prerequisites for this course.

Course Details

  • Module A: About presentations
  • Exactly what constitutes a successful presentation
  • How to be clear about the purpose of your presentation, its message, and your audience
  • How to practice your presentation
  • What makes a successful presentation
  • What makes a presentation fail
  • Module B: Organizing presentation content
  • How to organizing your content
  • How to develop your message
  • About the logistics involved
  • How to create and assemble the parts of your presentation
  • Module C: Presentation styles
  • About roles and responsibilities
  • How to deal with and alleviate nervousness
  • About delivery styles, eye contact, vocal projection, and stance
  • Module D: Preparing for a presentation
  • How to control the environment
  • How to engage the audience
  • Types of visual aids
  • Using visual aids
  • How to create a safe environment
  • How to handle questions and answers
  • How to deal with difficult questions/comments
  • Group presentations