Section 1 : Getting the best from the course

Lecture 1 INTRODUCTION TO BRAINMEASURES PROCTOR SYSTEM Pdf
Lecture 2 Maximize your value and do what you know- 2:33
Lecture 3 Creating the best practice potential

Section 2 : The core presentation principles that deliver success

Lecture 4 Three key principles that most presenters ignore-

Section 3 : Preparation done well significantly increases

Lecture 5 Preparation that saves you time and heartache later 5:11
Lecture 6 Three key questions that will transform how you prepare 3:15
Lecture 7 Tools that make planning your presentation easier and ultimately 4:16

Section 4 : Building confidence, managing nerves

Lecture 8 Activity- Nervous presenters give the game away
Lecture 9 Nervous tells
Lecture 10 Tips for managing your nerves 6:30
Lecture 11 Practice, Practice, Practice 7:51

Section 5 : Using posture and movement to support your key messages

Lecture 12 Getting it together - why it's critical that voice and body say the same thing 5:22
Lecture 13 Activity- Identifying posture and movement do's and don'ts 5:10
Lecture 14 The most powerful stance and positive movements 3:32
Lecture 15 Making the most of positive gestures and avoiding common traps 3:57
Lecture 16 Using eye contact to build rapport and engage with your audience personally- 4:27
Lecture 17 Do's and don'ts review Pdf

Section 6 : Your voice is your most important presentation asset when

Lecture 18 Vocal warm ups - preparing your voice for action Text
Lecture 19 Using your voice to make connections with your audience and bring topics to life 11:18
Lecture 20 Exercise - The Perfect Voice 2:50
Lecture 21 Activities to practice your vocal techniques Text

Section 7 : Activity Learning Review

Lecture 22 About Certification Pdf

Section 8 : Creating audience interest and capturing attention

Lecture 23 The key to SUCCESS- Miss these at your peril 1:37
Lecture 24 Simplicity is hard to achieve, but adds huge benefits for your audience 2:24
Lecture 25 Something unexpected helps - and may not be what you think- 1:12
Lecture 26 Concrete - finding ways to make it real for your audience- 2:58
Lecture 27 How to let your audience know you are credible in your subject- 4:2
Lecture 28 Without an emotional connection your presentation will fail- 1:16
Lecture 29 Everyone needs and loves stories to really understand your message- 5:17
Lecture 30 SUCCESS summary 1:55
Lecture 31 Activity- 2015 World Championship of Public Speaking 7:42
Lecture 32 Exercise to apply the SUCCESS elements Text

Section 9 : How to get the best from your visuals and avoid death

Lecture 33 Simple techniques to get the best from your visuals and really engage people- 18:39
Lecture 34 How to visualize your data - a fantastic example 1:51
Lecture 35 Flip charts and Whiteboards it is not all about technology Text

Section 10 : Opening and closing with impact

Lecture 36 Clear strategies for opening and closing with the maximum impact-

Section 11 : Presentation Structures Do they matter

Lecture 37 Presentation Structures Text

Section 12 : Dealing with questions

Lecture 38 Dealing with questions effectively Text

Section 13 : Presentation Pitfalls

Lecture 39 Presentation Pitfalls Text

Section 14 : Presentation Checklist

Lecture 40 Presentation Checklist Text

Section 15 : Finally - be yourself

Lecture 41 Authenticity- why it's important 2:56

Section 16 : Final Presentation Challenge

Lecture 42 Final Presentation Challenge 2:21

Section 17 : Copy of slides

Lecture 43 Copy of slides Text

Section 18 : Making a presentation on camera - a personal case study

Lecture 44 About Certification Pdf
Lecture 45 About Proctor Testing Pdf

Section 19 : Giving business presentations in a virtual world

Lecture 46 Virtual Business Presentations - Pt 1 7:47
Lecture 47 Virtual Business Presentations - Pt 2 9:23
Lecture 48 Virtual Business Presentations - Pt 3 8:14
Lecture 49 Virtual Business Presentations Q&A 19:7

Section 20 : You've made it

Lecture 50 Congratulations! 1:23