Giving a presentation can be rather scary as the spotlight shines upon you. The Wow Factor ensures that you can confidently impress your audience when you have to deliver your presentation and there are three main ways that we do this:
Consultancy - you've got a big presentation coming up but you don't know where to start. This is where we're best able to help you. We'll work to understand what you want to achieve and then build with you a presentation that inspires the audience and gets them motivated to take the change that you want. We can drastically improve any PowerPoint slides that you have so that they add to your message and don't get in the way. Finally we top this off with our delivery coaching to ensure that you're ready to confidently wow your audience.
1:1 Delivery Coaching - here we show you all of the techniques and tools that the world's leading presenters use each and every day. We'll get you thinking about how you use eye contact, how you move around the room, how you use your tone and volume. All of these are elements which great presenters exercise supremely well and we can teach you how to do that too.
Training - we also run training courses from half a day through to 2 days in length. Working with small groups of colleagues from your organisation, you'll get the opportunity to learn new tools and techniques for presenting and you will also learn from your colleagues. Our training courses are fully interactive and you will be putting everything that you learn into practice straightaway.
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Alistair Hann, Founder, Zoombu
“ Rob’s style was excellent – very clear, open, engaging and interactive. The workshop gave people a lot more confidence and clarity about how to pitch and everyone learnt something new.”Read More
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