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Global Persuasive Presentations (C04)

Program Purpose:

Crafted for those seeking to talk with clarity, positivity, and the power to drive action, our Global Persuasive Presentations program empowers you to bridge cultural gaps seamlessly. Learn to showcase reasons, benefits, and simple plans with confidence and charm.

Recommended Participants:

  • Perfect for professionals ready to transcend cultural presentation barriers. Whether you're a seasoned executive or an emerging talent, this program is your key to adapting your communication style for global success.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Master clear purpose and main points, understanding intercultural differences. Share positive feedback in a global style presentation.

  2. Craft compelling, persuasive content using communication frameworks. Engage in small group presentations, fostering peer-to-peer coaching and feedback skills.

  3. Utilize physical skills for impactful presentations. Explore smile, posture, eye contact, gestures, movement, voice, and room dynamics.

  4. Create effective slides and handle interactive Q&A sessions. Master the art of quick slide creation, visual storytelling, and presenter focus.

Language Requirements:

  • This program is delivered bilingually in both Japanese and English to accommodate a diverse range of participants.

How to join:

  • You can join this and over 30 other bilingual intercultural programs to develop your global leadership skills for just 5000 yen per month. Click the buttons below to start with a free coaching session and one month free trial.


Program Details and Webinar Schedule

Global (non-Japanese) audiences expect clear purpose, simple slides and a friendly interactive persuasive presentation style. Japanese presentations are sometimes almost the opposite style: with unspoken purpose, detailed documentation, formal style, and one-way information sharing. Join these webinars and learn clear planning, simple visuals creation and confident, and a friendly persuasive presentation style.

Webinar 1: Make presentations with a clear purpose and main point

  • Share your goals and needs about presentations, and understand basic intercultural differences.

  • Use “open communication” behaviors in your first “global style” presentation, (#1. “Explain your hobby”) and share positive feedback

  • Say a clear main point - understand your audience and the action you want them to take

  • Say a clear introduction, including background and summarising your presentation flow

Webinar 2: Create clear, persuasive presentation content

  • Understand communication frameworks and best practices for clear, persuasive global presentations, including logical and emotional appeal

  • Make a persuasive second “global style” presentation in small groups, (#2. “Explain your work”)

  • Evaluate our presentations using improvement checklists. Learn supportive peer-to-peer coaching and positive feedback skills.

  • Learn skills for creating interesting content, including 1. mind mapping, 2. low context examples and stories, 3. logical flow

Webinar 3 Use physical skills to engage your presentation audience

  • Understand the impact and benefits of using physical skills such as voice and body language for F2F and online communication. Discuss the main cultural differences.

  • Practice the main physical skills for effective presentations: 1. Smile, 2. Posture, 3. Eye contact, 4. Gestures, 5. Movement, 6. Voice, 7. Room dynamics.

  • Make a persuasive “global style” presentation using physical skills in small groups (Repeat topic #1 or #2. Or new topic #3 “The best product/service”)

Webinar 4: Create effective slides and deal with Q&A interactively

  • Understand how to quickly make effective global presentation slides. 1. Slide creation rules, 2. Visual storytelling: simplifying and animating, 3. Presenter focus.

  • Practice creating or rewriting slides from presentations (Your presentation #1, #2, #3 or new topic #4 “How to make Effective Presentations” Or optionally work to improve your real work-related presentation) Present it in small groups, and share feedback.

  • Do effective Q&A for diverse audiences 1. Learn R.A.C.E. skills: Rephrase, Answer, Check, Encourage. 2. Practice in pairs.

  • Give your presentation with Q&A in small groups. Share feedback.

Participants' comments:

  • "Today's seminar was a great opportunity. I learned how to present myself, contact to clients and become successful in global business. You made shy and humble Japanese participants active and energetic." - Sales representative, Web Applications Company

  • "It was a great ‘scales falling from my eyes’ (mekara uroko) experience for me yesterday. It is very instructive and nice to lead people like us Japanese get out of being shy. The biggest barrier for Japanese to use English is “mind-set” about self-confidence. " - Coordinator, IC Manufacturer

  • "I could give a more clear, confident presentation and it was very interesting. Especially, the difference between Japanese business style and foreign countries business style." - Sales Engineer, Trading Company



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