Public Speaking OSM course

The Public Speaking Course develops the ability to communicate in public.

Often in companies, investments in communication take into account only the technological aspect (the tools) and not the quality, technique and individual capacity of the speaker. 
This results in an increase in words but not in communication which, when effective, produces tangible and statistically measurable improvements.

In fact, the success of a speaker is 50% dependent on the personality and 50% on the technical aspects of data delivery. 
The Public Speaking Course will allow you to overcome the fear of the stage and will provide you with the basics to professionally manage an audience, how to organize the room, how to design the intervention and all that is needed to capture the public's interest.

Objective of the Public Speaking Course :

In many companies, communication investments take into account only the technological aspect (the tools) and not the speaker's quality, technique and individual capacity. 
This results in an increase in words but not in communication which, when effective, produces tangible and statistically measurable improvements.

Topics covered:

  • The objectives of Public Speaking . Purpose and address of use of the techniques. Redefinition of "public speaking" according to the most modern methods of group involvement
  • Preparation of interventions. How to prepare a lineup of arguments to become an effective "persuasive mix"
  • Submerged languages. Communication applied to persuasion systems. Rhetorical and conviction techniques
  • Verbal and non-verbal communication. Use and practical application of the ideal communication recipe. The ingredients that make communication effective. The most common mistakes and how to avoid them
  • "Stage" techniques. The management of the meeting through the use of the classic instruments of the speaker generate emotions. The wise use of emotional factors that trigger the spark that leads people to act
  • The ability to persuade. The technique known as "put the car in the box" and other systems of involvement and persuasion
  • Audiovisual media. Using the camera to analyze the interventions. Each participant will be taken with a video camera during the exercises in order to identify the areas for personal improvement and make the appropriate corrections

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