MasterClass on
Business Presentation

70% Say Presentation Skills Are Critical For Career Success - Forbes

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Effective Business Presentation skills position a team and a person in an organisation, play an important role in reaching a business deal as well as determine the future role of a person. This masterclass will provide you with insights on what actually matters when it comes to a Business presentation, how you should prepare yourself to engage and confidently present before an audience and how you can improve in areas you’re currently not your best at.

Course Coverage:

  • Choosing the content for a Business presentation
  • Preparing and practice
  • Building Confidence
  • Controlling the environment
  • Relationship with the audience

Duration

2 Hours

Delivery Channel

eLearning

Certificate

Get a shareable certificate

Difficulty

Beginner to Expert

This Masterclass caters to the learning needs of people from all levels of an organization. Whether you’re a person looking for promotion to a managerial position or currently in the leadership role, an accountant responsible for budget presentation or a sales or customer service officer dealing with external expectations, if you want to have an edge at whatever you do, this masterclass is for you.

Participant Engagement:

Our Masterclass lets you engage with the Coach directly by asking questions and taking part in the poll actively.

Date and Time:

It is a 2 hour class scheduled on March 25, 2021 and starts at 10AM (GMT-5) / 8PM (GMT+5)

Certificate:

Participants will receive a Course Completion Certificate.

Survey:

At end of each Masterclass we carryout a survey to ensure our participants receive the best of our services.

Coach:

Our Coach Pooneh Joharchi is a Career Advisor with over 15 years of experience in Education and Training. She is a Master of Education from the University of Leeds and a Certified Teacher & Trainer from the University of Cambridge.

Fee:

US$150 (Discount available to Corporates or group of individuals please email at contact@ed-watch.org)