My final post for the quarter, and the last one in this series where I cover the elements of delivery, this time, looking at From Moment to Movement.... What does that mean?
Many people try to make their presentations memorable... a very memorable moment... but many stop there. When the audience goes home, they just had a nice experience but seldom with anything else. I believe that as a trainer or teacher, the audience should experience a moment, yes, but also be inspired t
Today we continue to look at the Delivery part of a Trainer's toolkit. What type of delivery should we give to our audience? I would suggest: a non distractive one. What do I mean by that? Today we are bombarded by distractions everywhere. It makes sending a message that much more challenging to achieve. Therefore as a presenter, we must seek to remove as many distractions as we can so that our participants can receive the message that you want to share as clearly as possible
Today we continue looking at my learnings from my Train the Trainer session a few months ago. I started talking about various aspects of training delivery last week. This week, my focus is on “not too much” information. How much is too much? Trainers sometimes feel the need to data dump all that they know unto their participants. I sometimes have the tendency to do that too. Why? Sometimes it can be because of lack of time and opportunity. As a trainer, have you had the feeli
We look at the last section of my learnings from the Train the Trainer session I conducted a few months ago. We looked at the Mindset of a trainer, the Content that a trainer needs to prepare, and for the next few weeks, some key aspects of delivery of the materials or content. Today we look at a delivery focused on engagement. When a trainer prepares the delivery, it cannot be only focused one way, not just the teacher pouring out knowledge onto the audience. It is not a per