Create and deliver a clear, convincing and memorable presentation that impacts the audience


Day 1 - Develop

  • To start


    Cultural differences and how they impact on style

    What to say

  • Convince…, in English

    Developing a strategy

    Techniques for identifying the key convincing points and how to say them in English

    Targeting and positioning these ideas

    Tailor the message to the audience Express your objectives in their language on their level

    Express your objectives in their language on their level


    Be focused by choosing the right structure according to its purposes – i.e., sequential; problem/solution, etc.

  • Using the right language

    Acquire key vocabulary

    Use key phrases for introductions, stating purposes, sequencing, signposting and linking phrases

    Practice using effective language

    Use concise, active and verb driven language Calibrate and nuance using adverbs and ajectives

    Word imaging to make it memorable and impactful

    Illustrating points in English

    Supporting material

    Using visuals, charts and graphs to strengthen your presentation Get right to the point – practice highlighting and summarizing in English

    Get right to the point – practice highlighting and summarizing in English

    Having the right vocabulary to show trends accurately and precisely

    Create the story you need by your choice of words, i.e., are your trends “stable” or “flat”

    Using adverbs to regulate the intensity

    Keeping the language positive at all times

  • Creating interest with a powerful introduction

    Hooking the audience

    Learning proven techniques for stimulating interest

  • Putting it all together

    Presentations will be filmed

    Debriefing – what are your strong points; areas to work on further

    Review of key points learned

Day 2 - Execute

  • Expressing yourself: It's not only what you say but how you say it


    Word articulation

    Stress to emphasize

    Pacing techniques to add meaning and interest

  • Staying in control of the visuals

    Be sure that your narration is stronger than the visual.

    Visuals are extremely strong tools and because of this you need to guide the audience to appreciate the supporting data and the conclusions you are drawing

    ractice ways to keep the audiences eyes and ears on you and keep their attention

  • Delivering

    Dealing with stress

    Channel it to become a source of energy

    How do you look?

    Final filming and debriefing

  • Answering questions

    Coping techniques covering all of the bases

Day 3 - Show trends and numbers (optional)

  • Make the numbers talk

  • Create a story that makes the numbers clear to understand and meaningful to your audience

  • Focusing and emphasizing key points

    Use a structure that guides the audience and builds a strong argument to provide understanding Learn the vocabulary and techniques for being able to use this precision to convince

  • Check yourself

    Filming to identify strengths and weaknesses