Key Learnings

Two coaches introduce the purpose of “presence at hand clips”. You will see colleagues in typical communication situations “before- without preparation” and “after-with preparation”.

Key Learnings

Too often we are not prepared. Don´t be caught by surprise. Prepare your core business messages. And then it is easy to be spontaneous.

Key Learnings

Facts and figures alone aren´t enough to convince. If your passionate purpose is unclear, the audience starts to interpret.

Key Learnings

Find your own ritual to get ready for the stage.

Key Learnings

Under stress, our muscles and vocal chords stiffen. Breathe and relax.

Key Learnings

Storytelling is a technique. Keep a few points in mind and master it. But overall: Keep it short.

Key Learnings

After telling a good story, get the business message across.

Key Learnings

If content and body language are not congruent, the audience will judge you by signals of your body language.

Key Learnings

Avoiding eye contact might keep us in our comfort zone. But your audience wants to connect with you. Keep eye contact.

Key Learnings

Q&A sometimes troubles us. Welcome every question from the audience. Especially the critical ones.

Key Learnings

We all know these inner voices. Often they come from the past. Perceive them and understand: This is not you.

Key Learnings

The applause at the end of a speech is not only a gift for the speaker. It is likewise important for the audience to give appreciation.

Key Learnings

Be active. Introduce yourself with a story, a metaphor or a picture. No longer than 1 min. Stay connected with your “audience”. Do not bore with details of your business CV.

Key Learnings

You have the lead. Be prepared. Make agenda and rules clear. Use the Team Clock in order to keep the overview during the call. Ask for short input from the participants – no longer than two minutes! Summarize!