Everyone knows the situation: We want to explain ourselves, but we simply can’t find the right words. As a result, the content remains unclear and we fail to understand each other. In addition, we have the feeling that we want to say something completely different. We become nervous, seem insecure—our listeners switch off.
Through gestures, facial expressions, language and pauses, we learn to present with maximum effectiveness and to captivate our audience. If we then also tell an exciting, comprehensible story, we can be sure of being heard. And once we have caught the attention and interest, the self-confident appearance almost automatically follows.
// We reserve the right to postpone the date if not enough participants have registered until 6 weeks before. We are looking forward to seeing you!
In this training you will learn how to turn facts and ideas into exciting stories and how to present them in a compelling and inspiring way.
How do I develop a red thread? How do I deal with nervousness? How do I present my ideas in a lively way? You will find the answers to all these questions here.
This module is about the basis of every good presentation: ideas and content.
We learn how to spin a red thread, how to develop a dramaturgy and why polarity is so important for our stories. We learn how to turn facts into lively stories that captivate our audience. We learn how to make our stories stand out from the crowd and be remembered.
This module is about appearing confident and enthusiastic.
How do I deal with nervousness? What do I do with my hands? How do I get noticed and interact with the audience?
Benjamin Apfelbaum is a communications trainer and freelance creative based in Berlin.
"With over 20 years of experience in the communications industry, I help people on their path of professional and personal development. I offer customized consulting, training and coaching and have worked as a creative director for a variety of agencies and industries. I am a BDVT and BCTP certified business trainer and am currently completing my training as a systemic coach at the artop Institute in Berlin."
think moto is a design and innovation agency for products and brands. The team led by Katja Wenger and Marco Spies supports companies and organizations in their digital transformation.
think moto works with start-ups, medium-sized companies and leading brands on innovative, user-centric business models, products and brand identities.
The agency's clients include Audi, Volkswagen, Lufthansa, and Miles and More, among others.
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