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The Presentation Jigsaw

When you see all the pieces together, visualising the bigger picture, you understand that it’s not all as daunting as you might have thought!

If you want to know more about how you do this with all 6 elements, simply visit the website www.cwcsolutions.org and book on the Presentation Skills Workshop for the 19th July or the 20th September 2021!

The Presentation Jigsaw – Piece 6

We don’t ask perfection from you, but practice will help reduce or remove any imperfections in your talk.
If you want to know more about how you do this… and the other 5 elements, simply visit the website http://www.cwcsolutions.org and book on the Presentation Skills Workshop for the 19th July or the 20th September 2021!

The Presentation Jigsaw – Piece 5

“A picture is worth a thousand words” is an adage in multiple languages meaning that complex and sometimes multiple ideas can be conveyed by a single still image. So knowing what ones to choose is crucial.
If you want to know more about how you do this… and the other 5 elements, simply visit the website http://www.cwcsolutions.org and book on the Presentation Skills Workshop for the 19th July or the 20th September 2021!

The Presentation Jigsaw – Piece 4

There must be a reason why you are still doing what you do. Share that passion and excitement with the room and make them equally enthused by what you’re saying!
If you want to know more about how you do this… and the other 5 elements, simply visit the website http://www.cwcsolutions.org and book on the Presentation Skills Workshop for the 19th July or the 20th September 2021!

The Presentation Jigsaw – Piece 3

Telling stories is what makes us human and in business it’s always been true that “People buy from People”. So if you have a story that you think will connect, tell it!
If you want to know more about how you do this… and the other 5 elements, simply visit the website http://www.cwcsolutions.org and book on the Presentation Skills Workshop for the 19th July or the 20th September 2021!

The Presentation Jigsaw – Piece 1

If you know who your audience is going to be, you can tailor your talk appropriately so that it’s all relevant.

If you want to know more about how you do this… and the other 5 elements, simply visit the website www.cwcsolutions.org and book on the Presentation Skills Workshop for the 19th July or the 20th September 2021!

The 10 minute squeeze!

So how do you condense everything that you know on the subject into a presentation that still gets the point across to your audience successfully?

The Return to Familiarisation

It’s because we know why we are doing what we do. We have a goal and understand our ‘call to action’. Remember what it is you want to achieve from your talk, speech or pitch. We did…

Introductions!

Having an introduction that catches people’s attention is vital if you want them to listen. Jim has this to say on Introductions… “Introductions to films, songs or stand-up routines are really important in setting the tone for the rest of the experience. You wouldn’t get a chilled mellow song to have a heavy thrashing guitarContinue reading “Introductions!”

Let us begin…

Today’s #quoteonpublicspeaking comes from Ryan McLean, who is an Australian that has his own Youtube Channel and is passionate about making people better Public Speakers! Just like us really… So this little nugget of advice is perfect for what we want people to think about when embarking on their next presentation. #presentationskills #communicatewithconfidence #harlowparndonmill #publicspeakingcourse

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