This practical workshop will help you communicate your messages more effectively and confidently to a range of audiences.
You will do ‘speak-on-your-feet‘ exercises and get lots of practical tips.
The workshop will help you to:
We have adapted this workshop to run online in shorter sessions over several days, please contact us for details.
Present with confidence
Structure your talk in a logical way
Think about and understand your audiences
Present with style
Handle the unexpected question
Use visual aids to add impact
Structuring and preparing an effective presentation
Using your voice, gestures and body language
Framing your message
Overcoming 'performance anxiety'
Targeting your talk to meet the needs of your audience
Making the best use of audio-visual aids
$6435 + GST
1-day workshop fee
We recommend a maximum of 10 participants to ensure as much individual feedback as possible, but can include extra participants at an additional cost of $50 + GST per person.
We run our workshops all across Australia.
Workshops are normally run on a request-only basis.
Prices are fully inclusive of all our costs, regardless of location.
We ask that your organisation arrange the venue and catering, and participant numbers.
We are happy to negotiate price for adapted workshop content/procedures.
Discounts can be negotiated if more than one workshop is run at the same location.
$2000 + GST
On confirmation of your booking, you will need to pay a deposit.
Should you cancel the workshop, we will refund your deposit, minus an administration fee of 10% of the total workshop cost.
If we have already incurred non-refundable costs, for example for flights and accommodation, we will also deduct these costs from your deposit.
“Real examples & real practice I will definitely find useful in my upcoming talks.”
Variety Officer, Sugar Research Australia, Jan 2018
“Very practical, great to see yourself and others in the group grow throughout the day.”
Adoption Officer, Sugar Research Australia, Dec 2019
“Great ways to evaluate current techniques, and tips for improvement.”