Presentations offer the perfect opportunity to convince and inspire other people. But what makes a good presentation? How do we turn good ideas into gripping stories? How do we design slides that stick instead of confusing or putting our audience to sleep? How do I perform safely and captivate my audience?
In the intensive training Pitching & Presenting you learn to combine gripping storytelling and clear design with a convincing appearance. Afterwards you will not only present better, but also have more fun convincing people of your ideas.
The training is just as relevant for creative people of all kinds as it is for consultants and project managers - everyone who has to present or wants to do it better.
No special previous knowledge is necessary - both senior and junior team members learn new approaches and methods and sharpen their skills.
All participants are asked to bring a face mask and of course we will comply with the hygiene and distance rules on site.
The first part of the is about the contents. What makes a good presentation? How do I manage to turn my idea into a gripping story? We develop a dramaturgy for our pitch and learn to captivate our counterparts. They learn how to spin a red thread that runs through the pitch until the last second.
Clear presentation design helps our pitches to have more power and effect. Thanks to scientific findings from the psychology of perception and clear design principles, you will learn to create presentations that not only look good, but also stick. Whether with Keynote, PowerPoint, Prezi or any other tool - with this knowledge your presentations
In the last part we learn to perform safely and to have fun while doing so. How do I captivate my counterpart? What do I do with my hands? When do I take breaks? How do I deal with nervousness? Through the targeted use of gestures, facial expressions and language you learn to present in a lively manner and to inspire your audience.
Benjamin Apfelbaum is a communication coach and freelance creative from Berlin. With almost 20 years of experience in the communications industry, he has worked as creative director of leading German digital and brand agencies. He is a BDVT and BCTP certified trainer and works for the Art Directors Club in Germany, the Tomorrow Academy in Austria and selected companies.
think moto is a design and innovation agency for products and brands. The team around Katja Wenger and Marco Spies helps companies and organisations in the digital transformation. think moto works with startups, medium-sized companies and leading brand companies on innovative, human-centered business models, products and brand identities. The agency's clients include Audi, Volkswagen, Lufthansa, Miles and More and many others.
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