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March 18-19 from 10.00 to 12.00 (Moscow time)

• The first presentation of the project or the results of the work before the public?
Or do you already have performance experience, but are still nervous?
• What should be in the presentation to bring the result you need?
• How to properly introduce yourself to the audience?
• How to attract and how to keep the attention of the audience?
• What to do with parasitic words (..ahh…eeeeee) and how to look good with the camera on?
• How to answer difficult or provocative questions? What if it’s a question I don’t know the answer to?
• How to generally tune in so that everything goes well and smoothly, and worry less?
You can certainly remember presentations where you are not listening to the speaker, looking at your phone or yawning. A poor presentation can destroy interest in both the project and the speaker. That is why public speaking skills are now so highly valued and are an integral part of many corporations’ employee development programs.
In our two-day workshop, we will learn how to set the right and clear goal for the speech, structure the material for the presentation, establish contact with the audience, reduce anxiety during the meeting, involve the audience in active participation, communicate with difficult and skeptical meeting participants, and practice speaking!
You will need the time and willingness to actively engage in the work, participate with the camera turned on and try new approaches in practice!
Preparation for the 1st day of the training – for each participant to prepare a presentation about herself for 1.5 minutes and introduce herself to the audience in such a way as to achieve the following: 1) the audience would be interested and 2) everyone would remember you.
Our trainer is Nikolai Gavrilov, a training and development manager at Deloitte CIS, has been training for 14 years, with experience in international companies such as PriceWaterhouseCoopers, Schneider Electric, AstraZeneca. Now a Deloitte certified business trainer, he conducts trainings on personal effectiveness skills for employees and clients of the company, for groups from 10 to 100 people, and also conducts individual training for company executives.