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How to conduct and schedule a training workshop to develop presentation skills of corporate professionals

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2. INTRODUCTION 3. What is TRAINING? Training: Its an action of teaching a person a particular skill. Why is it required in Organization? Training Mission and Training Objective 4. Methods of Training On Job Training Vestibule Training Apprenticeships Coaching Class room based Training Computer Based Training 5. ANALYSIS 6. The analysis phase clarifies the instructional problems and objectives, andidentifies the learning environment and learner's existing knowledge and skills.Questions the analysis phase addresses include: Who are the learners and what are their characteristics? What is the desired new behavior? What types of learning constraints exist? What are the delivery options? 7. It is to ensure that money, time and effort is spent on true needs, rather thanneedless wants In order to design training programs, which satisfy both the organization and itsemployees, training needs must be identified by performing 3 levels of analysis: Organizational Operational Individual 8. Organizational Level Analysis Information needed to conduct organizational analysis will beobtained from variety of sources: Organizational goals and objectives Strategic plans Organizational climate indices Customer needs Observation of employee skills Customer complaints 9. Operational Level Analysis Operational analysis will provide data about the job or group of jobs and theknowledge, skills, attitudes and abilities needed to achieve optimumperformance. The data for task analysis can be obtained from various sources: Job Description KSA Analysis Performance standards Job inventory questionnaire Review literature about the job Analysis 10. Individual Level Analysis Individual Analysis analyzes how well the individual employee is doing the joband determine which employee is doing the job, which employee needs trainingand of what kind The data for task analysis can be obtained from various sources: Performance Evaluation Performance Problems Observation Questionnaires Attitude surveys Checklist or training program charts 11. DESIGN 12. Learning Objectives Analysis of the audience and the content to talk about Delivering a presentation using proper voice modulation trying toinfluence the audience Maintaining appropriate body language, posture, gestures andselecting the right approach to deliver the presentation Effective designing of slides and proper usage of visuals and visualaids Evaluating the effectiveness of the training program through tests andevents 13. Audience analysis How does your audience like to learn? What is the level of knowledge of the audience regardingthe topic? 14. Facilities Booking the rooms Arranging the laptops for the facilitators Making sure that projectors in proper working conditions are present Deciding the number of facilitators required Approaching the facilitators Arranging for Videos that will be used in the training Arranging for caterers 15. Expenses & FundingExpenses Facilitators remuneration Promotions Caterers CertificatesFunding Fees. Rs. 300/- Sponsorship from the Instituteof Management, ChristUniversity. 16. DEVELPOMENT 17. Promotion Sending e-mails to the students Banners across the college Class announcements Word of mouth 18. Enrollment and Fee CollectionEnrollment Sending a spreadsheet acrossthe students with a deadline On spot registrations till half anhour before the training sessionstartsFee Collection Will be done by the POCsassigned to each class which willthen be given to the MBA office Will be collected from the MBAoffice on the day before the 1stday of training On spot registrations should paythe fee immediately 19. Designing the manuals Participants will be requiring the manuals Manuals will be designed according to the course Will contain the schedule as well as detailed information regardingthe agenda of the training Will contain information about the facilitators i.e., Name,Qualification, Contact details Will contain a feedback form which can later be submitted to theCoordinators of the training program 20. IMPLEMENTATION 21. Day 1Content and Delivery 22. Objectives Audience analysis What to speak on? Introduction, Progression and conclusion of the content Audience connect Usage of voice modulation to a greater effect To persuade and/or influence your audience 23. Schedule Sessions on Content: 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM Break: 11:30 AM - 12:00 PM Sessions on Delivery of the content: 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM 24. Day 2Body language and PPT skills 25. Objectives Usage of body language to emanate confidence Usage of facial expressions to connect with the audience Usage of appropriate hand gestures to tell the story Plan a presentation that accomplishes the speakers goals and theaudiences needs Effective designing of the slide and usage of visuals effectively Enhance professionalism 26. Schedule Sessions on Body language: 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM Break: 11:30 AM - 12:00 PM Sessions on PowerPoint skills: 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM 27. Day 3Evaluation 28. Speech on a prior given topic Extempore PowerPoint Presentation on a prior given topic Distribution of certificates Feedback 29. Schedule Speech and Extempore: 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM Break: 11:30 AM - 12:00 PM PowerPoint Presentation: 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM 30. EVALUATION 31. Importance of Evaluation Results in evidence-based practice Helps us to identify the most effective & strategic interventions(make a difference or add value) Leads to sustainable & enjoyable practice Provides accountability to School & Group leadership 32. Kirkpatrick Model of Evaluation - Overview