Course Description Through this interactive three-part engagement, participants will begin by examining the art of public presentation and speaking through …
Through this interactive three-part engagement, participants will begin by examining the art of public presentation and speaking through three main processes – prepare, practice and present. They will be provided an overview of some of the key theories of leadership and their impact on leaders’ behaviours and leadership styles. Participants will acquire strategies they can employ to amplify their leadership styles/skills.
The session will outline the significance of differentiating between personal and professional relationships, exposing participants to the power of relationship building, providing several essential networking tips to help enhance their professional relationships with colleagues and leaders in their organization.
Key concepts and ideas that will be included are the value of research, use of technology, use of time, examining personal and professional styles, building confidence, and the value of physical appearance.
The session concludes with a discussion on the value of evaluation and personal reflection as tools of continuous growth and development to increase mastery.
By the end of this session, participants will be able to:
Understand the value of research, technology and time management when preparing presentations
Use best practice skills to prepare, practice and deliver public presentations
Incorporate your personal and professional styles when delivering public presentations
Understand how different leadership theories shape leaders’ behaviours and leadership styles.
Clearly outline the differences between personal and professional relationship building.
Apply tips and strategies that are essential for building professional network among colleagues and leaders in an organization.
Use best practice tools to build and sustain professional and intentional relationships.
Short multiple-choice Quiz