ADMISSION & TUITION

Starting date : 16/03/2021
Schedule : Tuesday - Thursday
Time : 18h00 - 21h00
Duration : 04 sessions/ 12 hours
Tuition : 3,000,000 VND
Discounted Fee : 2,500,000 VND

The discounted fee will be available to registrations and payments received on or before 01 week.

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ĐÀO TẠO THEO YÊU CẦU

In addition to the public training programs are offered at Head Office for individuals or groups from different organizations, PACE also offers In-house Workshops which tailored to the specific needs of each organization.

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In addition to the training program, PACE also provides management consulting such as Strategy Maps, Corporate Management System, High-Performance Culture,...

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Part I. Portrait of a successful presenter in a presentation session or meeting

- Identifying factors affecting the success of a presentation or meeting;
- Impact of the presentation/meeting to the participants;
- Psychology and emotion of the participants;
- Behavioral impacts after the presentation/meeting;
- Identifying characteristics and skills of an effective presenter;
- Characteristics and skills needed;
- Tools, techniques and methods to develop the skills.

 

Part II. Preparation, the most important stage

- Analyzing the environment and deciding factors:

  • Learning about participants – importance and necessity;
  • Various ways to approach and  present – success in hand.

- Developing the outline and content of the presentation:

  • End goals to be achieved and criteria to be defined;
  • Material collection and selection methods;
  • Presentation content and effective presentation methods.

 

Part III. Effective presentation and essential techniques

- Methods to overcome one’s obstacles:

  • Techniques in conquering fear;
  • Techniques in setting an appropriate state of mind;
  • Importance of real experiences.

- Monitoring the environment:

  • Anticipating  potential risks;
  • Establish backup plans and risk  prevention;
  • Techniques in creating a friendly atmosphere in the beginning;
  • Techniques in monitoring and engaging participants into set goals;
  • Techniques in receiving verbal and non-verbal information and giving feedback.

- Methods of solving arisen problems;

- Introduction to some problem-solving methods in  meetings:

  • Brain storming techniques
  • PDCA approaches

 

Part IV. Noteworthy factors

- Appearance and nonverbal communication (attire, body language, gestures, state of mind, attitudes, and so on);
- Communication and effective usage of language;
- Serious mistakes to be avoided;
- Factors creating momentum and impact which need to be promoted.

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