This course will prepare you for oral presentations at work, conferences, small or large meetings etc, giving you the tools to be well received by your audience. There is a maximum of 8 participants on each course.
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Price excl. VAT
DKK 9.400 / DKK 7.990 (with colleague discount). Maximum 8 participants.
Payment is a week before the course
Please call 70 278 279 or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
Optimize the chances of the audience remembering what you said
Speak in a way that demonstrates your intentions
Express personal traits such as empathy, authority, openness towards negotiation etc.
Be confident when communicating
Speak as a charismatic and energetic person
Speak with a voice that projects personal surplus
“Serve your knowledge on a silver platter”!
Become a great presenter!
A great presenter has the ability to maintain the attention of his/her audience. Very often the case is that our minds start to wander off during a presentation. We can only keep the mind focused when we “feed” our brain with interesting and varied information in a well balanced way. A presenter must strive to find this balance and speak with variation, clear diction, a healthy sounding voice and make use of an appealing body language, appropriate to the given circumstances.
Controlling presentation techniques will boost your confidence When we get nervous we tend to speak too fast and rigid and as a consequence thereof, our audience will start thinking of the reason why you seem nervous. Is it due to low self-esteem? Lack of preparation? A bad morning? This moves the focus of attention away from the contents of your presentation. Knowing exactly what to do, technically, will help a presenter project a positive authority and will turn a, perhaps, feared presentation into a positive experience.
It's not only about the words we are saying
The way we are being perceived as presenters relies not only on the actual words we are saying. Nonverbal expressions play a great part in the overall impression of how we are, as persons. In fact, the way we make use of tonal expressions can tell a lot about who we are and functions as such, as a “window” to our minds.
The instructor: Ditte Maria le-Fevre
Ditte Maria Le Fevre has trained employees, sales people, managers and top managers for many years in several Danish and international companies in presentation techniques, communication and how to make an impact.
Ditte is an educated actress of the Willam Esper Studio in New York and draws on her skills as an actress in her training.
She is a passionate and inspiring teacher with focus on the strenghts and challenges of each participant.
Get an analysis of your own voice!
No voices are alike, and each voice has its own possibilities. During the course the instructor will analyze the tone and character of your voice and give you a detailed feedback on how to get the most out of it.
Who should participate?
The target audience for this course in presentation techniques is very wide, as anyone who want to improve their presentation skills and oral communication capabilities can use the tools. There is a maximum of 8 participants on the course, so there is plenty of time and space to each participant.
Get maximum benefits from your course!
When you join a course at Aros Kurser, you will receive a small free e-learning tool which helps you get maximum benefits from your course.
Order an internal course!
You can order an internal course in presentation techniques. Call Training Manager Anders Rosenlund, phone
70 278 279, for more information and prices.
TEKO Design & Business, Trine Stein ”Supergodt kursus, der var velstruktureret og interessant. Underviseren var super kompetent, engageret og eminent til konstruktiv og specifik feedback. Kurset vil få rigtig stor indflydelse på mit daglige arbejde.”
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