Business presentations for future leaders
Training in executive presence for students
Asia's leading universities are already of a global standard. But they recognise that academic performance must be coupled with soft skills to ensure their graduates are future-ready.
We offer a market-proven blended learning course which allows students to receive both conceptual instruction in a Gen Z-friendly format, and the rigour of practical application and feedback.
1. Students take the online video course in the HBM Academy and complete the quizzes. We provide vouchers so your selected students are able to access the course for free, or at a reduced rate.
2. Optionally, Students take part in practical workshops in small groups to put their learnings into practise. These can be conducted either on your campus or in our purpose-built training facilities in Singapore and Kuala Lumpur.
Greater ability to articulate their thoughts and ideas
Better feedback from employers
More effective brand ambassadors for your university or college
They will learn:
How to structure and deliver their presentation
How to attain, retain and regain audience attention
How to present at companies where they are interning
How to build their executive presence
How to overcome stage fright
How to do well at digital interviews
What sets our course apart
Our workshops and MasterClasses are:
Decide which of your student cohort attends the practical workshops, how much each of them co-pays, and where to hold the workshops
Roll out the online course materials to your entire student body
Filter by source, language and date. Refine your alerStudents only commit a short amount of time for the online training, and one hour for the practical workshopst by adding or deleting keywords.
The challenges we solve for administrators at universities and colleges:
1. Not enough time - Some universities already offer presentation skills courses. But there simply are not enough hours in the day for universities to teach everything students need.
2. Students are reluctant to commit - And who can blame them. When you have sat in lectures and tutorials all week, and put in additional hours after hours for project work and study, it's no wonder they are reluctant to show up for weekend courses.
3. Budgets are limited - Most universities want all their students to benefit from a presentation skills course. But the cost-per-student becomes prohibitive because current in-class courses are not scalable.
4. Scale is critical - The technology is readily available and market-proven. This is why our course takes a "flipped classroom" approach.