Survey Process
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Part 1Section One

Trainer Profile

Mark James Normand

Mark co- founded Impress Training in 2007 with the vision to raise the quality of training programmes that focused on tomorrow’s business needs and raising productivity with existing skills. As a boutique training company, Impress training has the flexibility to constantly take advant...

Course Evaluation
There are many presentation methods available and no one method will best suit every situation. Presentations vary such as who your audience may be, the intended purpose, audience personality types and experience plays a big role in your personal development. Be open-minded, listen to different perspectives, raise questions constructively and enjoy your learning experience.

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Slide Content Design for Business Presentations

Impress Training would like to say thank you for taking some time out to fill in this course evaluation. The purpose of this evaluation form is to gather your valuable feedback and assist us evaluating our services.

Course Overview

For first time presenters as well as those more seasoned, delivering a presentation can be a make or break situation. It can accelerate a career or put the brakes on it depending on how well you articulate your points. For many, we’ll think of a hundred-and-one reasons to get out of it until the day comes when you just have to go up and get on with it.

 

The aim of this course is to take participants through the entire presentation process in the modern context. The course is very practical and loaded with examples and role-plays to get participants involved and deliver an impressive presentation. In addition participants will be given Asian-based case studies related to sales and marketing issues to discuss and present.

 

Disclaimer: There are many presentation methods available and no one method will best suit every situation. Presentations vary such as who your audience may be, the intended purpose, audience personality types and experience plays a big role in your personal development. Be open-minded, listen to different perspectives, raise questions constructively and enjoy your learning experience.

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Part 1 Section One

1. What type of content do you usually present (e.g. Sales, Product, Operations, Finance, Corporate, etc?)
2. Who is your intended audience?
3. Do you follow any particular style/structure to prepare your presentations?
4. Do you present typically:
a. Sitting down without laptop or tablet,
b. Standing up projecting slides,
c. Sitting down using laptop to show slides?
5. What would you not like to see from this training?
6. Identify at least 2 key takeaways you want from this training.
7. Any other comments?