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B.A. (Hons.) Business Management; MBA
John Mallia has been involved in training since 1998, and has conducted numerous training courses, both for public as well as for private sector organisations, including CDRT, Actavis, ETC, the Dental industry, Malta Enterprise, Kopin, Vista, JCI as well as courses organised by Mediacoop itself.
John Mallia specialises in the areas of motivational training for personal development and success, and conducts various training and consultancy work in customer care, marketing, image management, Public Relations, teamwork, communication, co-operatives and work relationships. Mediacoop also organises and facilitates various teambuilding sessions for different organisations.
Mediacoop is a co-operative involved in the areas of Training, Marketing, Communication, Media, PR and Teambuilding.
Course Duration and info
Participants will become aware of the art of writing memorable speeches, and delivering them. The course will stress the idea that successful speech writing and delivery require a process of planning, preparation, practice, as well as confidence. The person, the preparation, the delivery – all fall within the individual’s effort to succeed.
The fear of speeches
The speech making process
Giving the speech
Writing the speech – the 8 step process
Know the essence of good speech
Knowing the message
Getting to the issues
Speech writing workshop
Examples and analysis of memorable speeches
Delivering Effective Briefs
Participants will learn how to pass on information orally and in writing to a team in the most efficient and effective way in the minimum time and with the maximum effect. They will learn to plan and execute briefs according to the exigencies of their remit, and become aware of the persuasive, presentation skills needed to excel. This includes verbal and non-verbal communication, spot-on writing, as well as use of visual aids.
The essential elements of briefing
Why should we use it?
Types of briefing
Who is my audience – the psychology of audiences
Establishing clear and understandable ground rules
The briefing itself
The opening stage
Generation of ideas
The closing stage
How to quickly deliver key information
How to Influence others
How to Earn respect
Writing the brief – why it’s worth it to write a good one – principles of good, written briefs
Communicating in style
Tips on making the most of the speech/brief itself