rhetoric and presentation
When we speak, our speech should be better than our silence would have been.
If we want to inspire people, we have to formulate and articulate the why, how and what of our actions in a motivating way. Presentations are cinema in the head and not documentaries that are thrown against the wall. The subject of our Hager rhetoric and presentation training is to inspire through words and pictures.
Work on content that moves:
- What does good rhetoric mean – actually?
- What can words and images achieve?
- Which information is useful and effective for which second point?
- What inspires viewers and listeners?
- How do we use the possibilities of language correctly?
- Which medium fits the desired message?
- The power of non-verbal communication
- Possibilities and limits of the feasible
Achieve learning effects that advance:
- A good assessment of what rhetoric and good presentation mean in practice
- Possibilities, techniques and limits of rhetoric and presenting, use in a result-oriented manner
- Many exemplary possibilities from simulated conversations and presentation simulations
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Thomas Wetzel is the contact person for the departments at HAGER Executive Consulting Development leadership, assessment and change management.