Communication plays a pivotal role in conveying the intended messages as well as in convincing the target audience. This is an area of improvement across the globe among the corporate employees and especially in Bangladesh. All key organizations take initiatives in developing the communication skills of their employees. However, the common pitfalls in many of the training programs are:
The trainer does not have any professional background in corporate sector.
The trainer is an academician with strong academic record.
As a consequence, the trainer fails to establish a bridge with the target audience in terms of relating to real life examples. As a consequence, the effectiveness of the training is undermined. Therefore, the learning is optimum if such training is conducted by someone with a solid professional background in the corporate sector coupled with required knowledge and skills in presentation.
There is also a wrong myth among many of us that the presentation means how effectively someone presents the topics with an excellent proficiency in English. This is absolutely not a valid proposition. Yes, the proficiency in English is an added advantage for the presenter but it does not make sense if the presentation contents are not well structured with adequate analysis and insights etc.
How you will be benefited?
Continuous communication has become part of life and the intensity has taken a 360 degree shift in today’s brutal competitive environment since last few years in Bangladesh. All working professionals now require communicating on different aspects of business in many forms i.e. formal presentation, e-mail, report writing, updating a target audience in the form of a presentation (mailing the presentation)
This training will:
Enable you to get acquainted with a global best practice of four pillars of business presentation skills.
Will also assist you to prepare report, project update, and write-up on regular business communication through e-mail.
The training primarily focus on building a communication platform based on analytical approach, seeing the big picture, organizing the parts & pieces of data to convert into meaningful business information etc.
In short, the training is designed on an analytical platform along with an art of communicating which is a missing part in many traditional training programs.
Workshop topics to be covered:
The key pillars of an effective business presentation skill are:
Defining the scope of the presentation (why? To whom? How? Outcome?)
Mapping of all required information.
Mapping issues and opportunities.
Building the logical platform based on the analysis of the relevant information.
Construction of the story
The training includes a detail discussion on the following ‘‘golden rules’’ of business presentation skills along with case study.