By Presentation Studio

May 26, 2017

Are you looking for a new job or promotion?
Or interested in future-proofing your skills?

A recent IDC study has identified the most important skills employers are looking for in future candidates.

  1. Oral and written communication skills
  2. Project management
  3. Microsoft Office
  4. Team-oriented, teamwork
  5. Marketing
  6. Creativity
  7. Problem solving
  8. Detail oriented
  9. Microsoft PowerPoint
  10. Integrity

All of these skills are vital in a creative agency, such as ours, but we were really excited to see how strongly associated presentation skills dominated the top list: communication skills, Microsoft Office, creativity and PowerPoint.

These skills will ensure you stand out in a competitive marketplace, whether you’re in admin, are a manger or an executive.

You can have the best brain in the office, but if you can’t clearly articulate and communicate that knowledge to your team and come up with creative ways of communicating and sharing your ideas then you won’t be progressing in your career.

That’s why our Presentation 360 workshops cover the three vital phases of presentation development and delivery: Content, Design and Delivery.

We believe in creating a future where presentations connect individuals with great ideas and a clear vision. Our three phase workshops are created for administrators, managers and executives who are looking to present successful and memorable presentations with confidence and results.

It’s time to future-proof and forward-focus your skills _?_ and fast: Learn to present from the world’s best!

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source: *IDC Study, May 2016

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