Presentation Skills For Business

Concise, high-impact presentations are the cornerstone of engagement with both the external and internal customer.  A presentation that resonates requires a special set of skills.

Typical Example of a Presentation Skills workshop

Part 1

  • Producing a clear framework for structuring a presentation
  • Getting your point across with impact
  • Positive body language to reinforce your message
  • Overcoming nerves

Part 2

  • Using your voice for emphasis and storytelling
  • Choosing the right visual aids
  • Demonstrating passion and enthusiasm
  • Signposting your presentation
  • Fielding questions with aplomb

Languages: English

Minimum level required: B1.2

Minimum/maximum number of attendees: Up to 6

Please note we do NOT hold 'open' group courses - different organisations sending participants. Courses are based on requests from companies to form 'closed' groups for their personnel. This course is also suitable for individuals

Who should attend

Any individual or small team new to delivering formal presentations whether internal or internal. It is also beneficial to anyone who has to take part in client presentations and meetings and/or those who wish to overcome anxiety prompted by presenting to groups.


Our coach has lived in Brussels for over 18 years but prior to that her working life was in the marketing and media industry for BBC joint ventures in the UK.  She have a Postgrad in Marketing from the Chartered Institute of Marketing in the UK. However, her journey to Brussels led her to develop a career in the NGO field, specifically in finance, administration, and HR.  Later, she discovered her passion for teaching English as a parent of a bilingual family.  She retrained with a CELTA and an MA TESOL from the Applied Linguistics department at Lancaster University in the UK. She developed a passion for sociolinguistics and communication-based methods of learning second languages.  Her thesis was based on an individual case study of one of her student's challenges with dyspraxia and dysphasia which affect language abilities. This enriching experience has colored her teaching approach ever since. Today, she is an established language and management training coach for specific work objectives such as presentations, interviews, improvisation, and fine-tuning of pronunciation. She enjoys seeing people blossom in language learning and believes that although we may be afraid of it, just like our first dance class full of a room of people, the more we practice, the easier and more fun it gets!

Presenting for business


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