|Advanced Presentation Skills: Getting your message across effectively is the natural aim of all presenters, and an increasing number of us are able to do just that. For the audience though, it can still feel like hard work, because effective is not necessarily outstanding.|
Kinetic energy is the energy an object possesses due to its motion, and we use this analogy to explain why an outstanding performance derives its excitement from its drive as much as from its preparation. In other words, to separate the internal and external resources with which you are presenting is to remove the magic of performance. Examples of this in other disciplines are plentiful: Usain Bolt at the World Athletics Championships in 2009, Freddie Mercury at Live Aid in 1985, and any number of speeches by Nelson Mandela, Ronald Reagan or Winston Churchill. Consummate performers all, they never doubted that their success is, was and would be judged not only by their technique, but also by their impact on an audience.
If you think that the topic of a presentation restricts rather than shapes the way in which it can be delivered, then this is not the course for you. If you feel certain that annual reports, research abstracts or your ideas can never be the stuff that dreams could be made of, again this is not the course for you. If, however, you do accept the possibility that a presentation can be the most exciting method of communicating with an audience, then this course can help.
Kinetic Energy lives in the space that exists between presenting and leadership; where the presenter never doubts the capacity of their audience to understand and believe in their vision.
|Participants will explore the drama that is created when a performer places their absolute conviction through a complete focus on a trusted audience, and is prepared to flex to their needs but never to waver from the objective. Kinetic Energy is a one day course for between 6 and 8 participants that assumes they have taken part in Potential Energy, and requires active, deliberate and complete commitment.|
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