Looking for leadership training to help you persuade and present with power? Managers and supervisors who can communicate well and sell their ideas drive results. This two-day leadership workshop can help you speak with confidence and present with authority.
What Is Persuasive and Powerful Presentation?
Persuasive and Powerful Presentation is a training program tailor-fit for leaders who desire to deliver presentations that inform, engage, and move people to action. Learn proven ways to craft compelling messages and present them with authentic confidence.
Participants will master the techniques and skills that have helped many managers sell their ideas and solutions. If you aspire to get the top job, you not only have to know your business— you must deliver persuasive presentations that make people see, feel, and act.
Being the top person in any organization is a great accomplishment, but it’s tough. Today, people expect more than ever of you as a leader.
Why Presentation Skills Are Important
Most managers have developed excellent presentation skills through experience. A few have attended presentation skills workshops. So they know a bit about PowerPoint presentations and public speaking.
But a leader needs to be inspiring, motivating, and persuasive to initiate and lead change. He needs skills to sell ideas, products, and services. He also needs to learn how to sell people to themselves.
This presentation workshop is meant for change leaders and anyone who has to sell something.
Upgrade Persuasion and Presentation Skills
Whether you are CEO, president, managing partner, executive director, owner, publisher, editor, king, commander in chief, manager, or the high potential team leader, people expect more. You work hard and make the most of luck to reach the top.
Then you work harder to keep the job.
The higher you go, and the more visible you are, the more communication counts. You’re competing in a global world with instant communication. There is no forgiveness for the leader who can’t keep up.
Once you arrive at the top jobs, you’re expected to know what to do. But for most corporate leaders, their early roles have not prepared them for the speaking roles.
As you move up the ladder, you don’t necessarily get opportunities to do what you need when you’re the boss. You’ve been promoted because of your business skill for the previous job; now you have to develop a whole new set of competencies.
Position Yourself for Promotion
The need for leadership training does not stop at the top floor.
Sometimes, the most critical links are the high-potential leaders within your organization. Often, they are people in critical roles who influence processes, customer experience, and how things really get done.
They are the influence points or change agents in your organization that form your organizational culture’s building blocks.
Identifying who they are and initiating their executive development is a winning strategy for actualizing your organization’s mission.
The Present to Persuade Workshops provides you with many advantages. When you align this course to your corporate objectives, you’ll see how important and urgent this training program is.
Use cohort-based learning.
Enabling a group of managers (and supervisors) has significant advantages.
Bringing high-potential leaders together in a cohort-based learning environment can help raise the organization’s collective wisdom—giving each other a greater understanding of the organization’s strengths and weaknesses and providing better cross-functional collaboration problem-solving.
Cohort-based learning also builds a common culture and a sense of community among rising leaders.
Use for succession planning and for corporate branding.
Defining a compelling executive development experience in communications for executives and high-potential leaders can be a point of differentiation for attracting and retaining talent.
You will prepare your bench strength and secure a pipeline for succession.
Leverage training and development time to solve a real business problem.
Building real work scenarios into your executive development curriculum is a way to leverage learning and development time to solve real business problems.
By bringing your high-potential talent together in a cohort, you break down silos and raise the collective awareness of mission-critical initiatives.
We will use real-world projects that require participants to apply persuasion and presentation skills.