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Presentation Skills For Leaders: A Mark Wager Workshop

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  • General Admission: $510.88 each ($495.00 + $15.88 fees)
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  • Fri 18 Nov 2022, 10:00am–4:00pm


All Ages

Presentation skills For Leaders: Become a more confident and influential speaker

Who should attend:
Existing or aspiring leaders who want to improve their presentation skills to an internal or external audience

In-house workshops & Individual coaching are also available for this topic contact for details

Benefits of attending:
- Learn the psychology behind why your audience is not listening
- Learn the techniques to make your presentations much more effective
- Learn how to eliminate self-doubt
- Learn how to adapt your language to suit the audience
- Learn how to engage the whole room
- Learn the differences between presenting to different levels of stakeholders

False Consensus- why people don’t listen
The 4Q Communication Model©
The Key Factors of Influence
- status
- easiest path
- pain points
The power of using the right words
Body language

Please note this is one of a series of Leadership workshops that have been designed specifically not only to teach participants new skills but also help them apply those learnings in order to overcome any challenges facing them in the workplace, this means that the places available are restricted in order to allow the participants to receive more individual attention, the workshop will be held at a venue outside of the CBD and away from distractions and finally after the workshop all participants will receive a free coaching session. This approach ensures that the participants have a leadership workshop far more effective than they have experienced previously


‘I found Marks course on Presentation Skills For Leaders to be very informative, his style is great. I got so much from this course in how to present and accept people are happy with where they are and to give them a reason to act” - Linda Holmes, National Foundation for the Deaf

‘Come prepared to be entertained, have a few laughs and leave wiser” - Lesley Butler, Barnardos

“It is incredibly useful to take the time to consider how different we are in terms of our world view and working styles and how we communicate. I will use a lot of what I have learnt here” - Julie Corker Amnesty Int.

“I found the workshop both thought-provoking and factual in terms of knowledge. The statement about what you say versus what people hear made me really think about my messaging to my staff” - Sharyn Chow

“Easy to understand & apply to the workplace. Mark is approachable and creates a relaxed atmosphere” - Rachel Turner, Barnados

“Mark knows his stuff and is willing to help you with problems you are dealing with and teaches you how to go about it. Very welcoming and valuable information” - Nikki Varley

About the Australasian Leadership Institute

Based in New Zealand the Australasian Leadership Institute is the premier organisation for developing Leaders across the Asia Pacific region. Many of the world’s top organisations have benefited by having their Leaders attend our workshops including Amnesty International, ARISE Church, AUT, Barnados, The Blues, Cure Kids, Department of Internal Affairs, Fiji Broadcasting Corporation, Fisher & Paykel, Girl Guiding NZ, Heartland Bank, Kiwibank, Ministry Of Justice, Ministry of Primary Industries, NZ Netball, New Zealand Rugby League, NZ Soccer, Oxfam, Te Whānau o Waipareira Trust, Save The Children, St Johns Ambulance Services, Sofitel Resort & Spa, SPCA, Radisson Blu Resorts, Unicef, Van Asch School For The Deaf, Wellington Phoenix, Weta Workshops FX, WWF and many more

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