Successful Presentations

Presentation skills are the ability to depict and convey content in an understandable, engaging way. A good presenter is characterised by confidence, rhetorical talent and persuasiveness.

You have an effect wherever you appear. You are always communicating, either verbally or non-verbally. With presentations, while their structure and optical appearance are important, the most important factor is the effect you have personally as a presenter. To have a successful, appealing presentation you have to win the respect and trust of the audience. You also have to be able to appear in a self-confident and poised manner, even in difficult situations.
Your recipe for presentation success is to combine your personality with the appropriate techniques for radiating charisma.
And if you are holding a presentation before an international audience you should also be familiar with some of the codes and essential elements of intercultural communication that are fundamentally important for building a relationship with your audience.
Using media for virtual, pan-national communication presents further challenges for presenters.

In our “Presentation Skills” training you learn to give engaging, entertaining presentations, successfully convey information and convince audiences of your viewpoint.



  • Presenting Skills - Foundations to Professional
  • Presenting Yourself: Authenticity and Inner Strength
  • Voice Modulation and Body Language
  • Rhetorics: Methods and Techniques for Presentations

  • The application and significance of body language +

    • Your presentation appearance: voice, posture, charisma
    • Your message: “What do I want to say and how do I say it?”
    • Getting the audience’s attention – “Capturing” the audience
  • Your role as a presenter +

    • Charisma: How can I be credible and authentic?
    • My own unique presentation style
  • Planning, designing and executing a presentation +

    • The correct structure for a presentation
    • Starting the discussion to “break the ice” and generate interest
    • Building an effective arc of suspense
    • Using rhetoric devices
    • Visualization of information and “messages”
    • Using modern presentation media
  • Tools for a successful presentation +

    • Actively involving the participants
    • Dealing with critical audiences and questions during the presentation
    • Handling objections, resistance, and conflicts
    • Motivating and persuading the audience
    • Improvisation in unexpected situations
    • Using humour and wit
    • Dealing with stage fright and blackouts
  • Intercultural particularities +

    • Communication styles in different cultures
    • Nuances and non-verbal signals in intercultural communication/li>
    • Building a successful relationship with an intercultural audience/li>
    • Do’s & Don’ts when giving presentations before international audiences/li>
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