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Do you have to make presentations at proposal conferences or industry days, in front of source-selection advisory boards, to internal pre-negotiation review boards, or at other gatherings? Are you responsible for the oral presentation of your firm’s proposals in negotiations with the government or at other gatherings in the course of your duties? If so, this course is for you! And if you don’t yet have these responsibilities, then this course will help you to move along your career path. Program and technical personnel will benefit from this course as well. How do you prepare yourself to deliver the most effective presentation possible? We’ll take you through each of the steps necessary to make your most effective presentation. You will learn how to plan your presentation, from establishing the basics to introducing group exercises, developing a theme for your presentation, and determining the flow from beginning to end. You will learn essential tips for delivering an effective presentation, including how to deal with presentation anxiety, how to choose the style most appropriate for your presentation, and how to deal with any difficulties that you may encounter during your presentation. You will also learn some techniques for how best to facilitate a question-and-answer period. The course is designed to provide you with the fundamentals necessary to deliver an effective presentation and have the most optimum outcome. Whether you are new to delivering presentations or have some basic experience but feel a need to improve your abilities, you will gain invaluable presentation skills.
There are no prerequisites for this course.
2 Days/Lecture & Lab
This course is designed for those who have to make presentations at proposal conferences or industry days, in front of source-selection advisory boards, to internal pre-negotiation review boards, or at other gatherings, including negotiations with the government.
Properly prepare to deliver a dynamic presentation
- Develop a theme and map out the flow of the presentation (opening, body, and closing)
- Plan a presentation and purpose based on who, what, where, and when
- Effectively use PowerPoint® or other presentation software
- Deal with presentation anxiety
- Use the presentation style best suited for the situation
- Deal with any obstacle that may arise
- Properly handle a question-and-answer session