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Learn how to design and deliver a strong presentation. Presentations can be a powerful tool for sharing ideas and sparking conversation, but what makes a good presentation great?
On this course, you will have the opportunity to discuss the features of an effective presentation and investigate how to design and develop your own presentation.
You will explore effective presentation techniques to help you evaluate and improve your presentation skills. You will also have the opportunity to deliver a mini presentation and receive feedback from your peers.
This course is for anyone interested in developing their presentation skills in business.
- Delivering effective presentations
- Presenting in practice
- How to deal with nerves
I am a Senior Lecturer in Academic English. I teach academic writing and presentation skills on the International Business top-up degree programme.
I am a Lecturer in Strategy and Leadership, Faculty of Business & Law, Coventry University. (AFHEA & SEDA). I am on my last year of PhD in Business, HRM at Birmingham City University.
Coventry University is a public research university in the city of Coventry, England, part of the wider Coventry University Group. It was formerly known as Lanchester Polytechnic until 1987, and Coventry Polytechnic until it was awarded university status in 1992. The university comprises four faculties which are made up of schools and departments which collectively run around 300 undergraduate and postgraduate courses. Across the university there are 11 research centres which specialise in different fields, from transport to peace studies.
FutureLearn is a massive open online course (MOOC) learning platform founded in December 2012.
It is a company launched and wholly owned by The Open University in Milton Keynes, England. It is the first UK-led massive open online course learning platform, and as of March 2015 included 54 UK and international University partners and unlike similar platforms includes four non-university partners: the British Museum, the British Council, the British Library and the National Film and Television School.