How to give an effective presentation

The brain doesn’t pay attention
to boring things.

Digital Training

In Company

Giving an effective presentation means working with both the audience and the topic. It’s important to know how to relate to who you are communicating with in order to get through to them. But are you aware of the impact of your communication ? Do your words have the desired effect on your conversation partners? Effective communication requires a thorough insight into your own communication style.


  • You discover the ingredients of an efficient presentation and get acquainted with the techniques applied by most successful ‘speakers’.
  • You learn to align your presentation with different personality profiles and their specific needs.
  • You learn how to communicate in a convincing manner, how to exude conviction and confidence, how you guarantee the dynamics of your presentation and keep the attention of your audience.
  • You learn how to positively influence your audience and how to maintain control of your presentation.
  • You put the acquired techniques into practice and experience their impact via practical exercises. In this way, you learn how they work, what they have to offer and how you can easily implement them in your daily work context.


During this training you will create a presentation that fits in your work context. You will learn to apply the techniques that ensure an efficient presentation. In addition, we will share golden tips gathered by our trainees. These are applicable immediately and will deliver instant results!


  • Situation-Based Learning
  • Brain-Based Learning


  • Concrete cases
  • Role-play in group
  • Exchanging experiences
  • « Best practices »


  • Visual aids
  • Practical information sheets
  • A personal action plan

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