The Agile Presenter - ACT
The Agile Presenter
The focus of this session will be to provide a set of practical skills to assist in altering presentations on the fly.
The focus of this session will be to provide a set of practical skills to assist in altering presentations on the fly. We often find ourselves in a position where even with hours of work developing that perfect presentation we arrive to find the audience is totally different than anticipated or are interested in very different things. This session will focus on developing the skills required to tailor your presentations on the spot to meet the needs of the audience:
- How to present the same point to people with different views and interests
- How to assess the audience as you go to determine if your presentation is hitting the right notes
- How to use emerging technologies including web based presentation tools to create a presentation that is almost full proof.
- How to ensure that your participants go away and consider your presentation instead of immediately dismissing it once they leave the room.
Members will get the chance to meet Mary Lou, our Library Manager, at this event. Get up to speed on the Knowledge Centre benefits with live demos of the AIM Online Library from 5pm.
“I found the AIM Library resources to be extremely useful for both work and studies…and the staff are resourceful and friendly.” AIM Member
Cancellations are non-refundable. Please notify Customer Service and Sales on 1300 651 811 if you are unable to attend.
Michael has extensive small business experience and is a trainer for the Australian Institute of Management. His focus is on the development of skills for small business owners and new managers/supervisors. His programs are all highly practical and centre around establishing plans that participants can take back and apply directly to their businesses on program completion. Michael has also worked with a number of government departments including the Australian Customs Service in the area of risk policy development.
This included the development of the risk management framework for the Border Targeting division. This involved the development of curriculum and a training needs analysis for the national body to cope with changing risk processes and procedures. With degrees in both Management and Applied Economics Michael has a range of disparate skills on which to draw. This allows him to deliver a wide range of training packages in numerous subject areas. Michael has also delivered training packages to DOFA, DOHA, Defence, Customs, PM&C, DICITA to name a few.