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by Stefano Sarao

Languages: German, English, Italian

Price (from): €2,000 / day

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About the trainer:

My corporate career began in External Relations in the early Eighties but I soon moved into Sales and Marketing, where I was active for nearly 30 years (save for a 4-year stint in Recruitment and Selection). I held a number of senior management positions in Italy, UK, and Belgium until, in late 2009, I started my own business as a consultant and trainer working out of Milan, Italy. When choosing which subjects to cover, I have concentrated on my own areas of expertise, adding to the formal content of my training workshops a wealth of real-life stories and business cases in a variety of industries. I have facilitated workshops and corporate events in Italy, France, Germany, UK, the Netherlands, Denmark, Czechia, Serbia, Hungary, South Africa, Tanzania, and the UAE.


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About the training

#Understanding what makes a presentation most effective   #Assessing your presentation skills   #Using your voice to reach everyone   #How to strike the right balance between text and images   #Engaging your audience   #Dealing with questions like a pro

An effective presentation is an all-action workshop that will train you to become a great presenter and the go-to person for corporate presentations and events. While most people avoid presentations and public speaking like the plague, you will actually seek every opportunity to strut your skills. Being an effective presenter—both in the way you design a presentation and how you deliver it—has proved to be a career booster for many people. Conversely, far too many executive types are long on attitude but short on presentation skills. We all know someone like that, right? This 2-day workshop contains a modicum of theory (there are some best practices you need to become familiar with) but it’s mainly practical. We will concentrate on both designing a successful presentation and delivering it in front of an audience.

Learning outcomes

Clear and effective presentations

Producing clear and effective presentations

‘call to action’

Understanding the importance of a ‘call to action’

Less is more

When structuring a presentation, less is more

Visual impact

Striving for visual impact

Voice as a key tool

Using your voice as a key tool

Confidence and accessibility

Showing both confidence and accessibility

Unexpected setbacks

Learning how to deal with unexpected setbacks

Q & A session

Preparing for the Q & A session


  • The right balance between text and images

  • 3 key parts: Start, Body, and Close

  • Fine-tuning a presentation to engage your audience

  • The key factors of public speaking

  • Working on your voice (clarity, pitch and projection)

  • Working on your posture and eye contact

  • Dealing with questions and unforeseen events

  • Managing objections

  • Wrapping up with a ‘call to action’

Main benefits

  • #Wide collection of the biggest experts
  • #Filters for all kinds of needs
  • #User friendly platform
  • #Fast and cheap
  • #Highest level of proficiency