Presenting Powerfully – With Confidence, Public Speaking, Stage Presence 


… WITH CONFIDENCE AND CONVEYANCE                                                       Back to Online Courses


This is a self paced study program and will take approximately 5 hours of study time plus several hours of practice time.

Whether your mission is to speak to one person or a thousand, your goal is identical…effective communication. In this session, learning will occur by doing and reviewing. A powerfully delivered presentation adds an invaluable dimension of professionalism to any organization or individual.


In this highly interactive program, you will be given a variety of tools and techniques for the dynamic delivery of presentations with impact.

After this program, you will have an effective means of self-expression. You will know how to represent your organization with presentations that will promote solid ideas. Effective communication will become an invaluable element of your individual success and professional development.


  • Learning Your Lines
  • Rehearsals
  • Developing Stage Presence
  • Just Before You Speak
  • Impromptu Talks
  • Practice, Problem-solve & Discuss
  • Conclusion


Learning Your Lines

  • Inform, Explain, Convince, Entertain
  • Carefully read your full speech
  • Create Cue Cards
  • Check Cue Card Effectiveness – Continuity & Flow
  • Opening & Closing Lines
  • Rehearsals

1/3 rules

  • Developing an Effective Delivery Style
  • Voice Projection – Physiology 101
  • How to Project – Common problem with projection
  • Relaxing Your Body
  • Voice Warm ups
  • Convey Meaning – Say what you mean and mean what you say
  • Projection, Pitch, Pace, Punctuation, Perceptivity
  • Questions
  • Statements

Developing Stage Presence

  • Practice, Practice and then…Practice some more
  • Content – The Message
  • Delivery – The Medium
  • Planning your Dress Rehearsal
  • Evaluating the Dress Rehearsal Checklist
  • Distracting Mannerisms – Shoot the Monkey
  • The Bomb…A Microphone
  • The Gilded Touch

Just Before You Speak

  • Mee Mee Mee Mee Mee Mee
  • Hum Hum Hum Hum
  • Do’s and Don’ts
  • Making Friends with the Microphone

Impromptu Talks

  • Avoiding a heart attack
  • Grab, Hold & Inform
  • Quick Outline
  • How to practice for an improv

Practice, Problem-solve & Discuss