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In-house seminar: Finally speaking freely and presenting
In-house seminars and executive coaching
You want to train a larger group in presentation techniques?
You want to make the executives of your company fit for public appearances?
For many years I have been training employees of companies in a secure appearance and convincing presentation.
Seminar: Strong voice - strong performance - strong impact
Persuasiveness and lasting impression through voice and body language
"The voice is a great and often underestimated success factor," says professional spokesman Thomas Friebe ("Who Wants to be a Millionaire?", "ARD Press Club") from personal experience. Who uses his voice purposefully, with his entire personality, with joy, clarity, a goal-oriented language and the right attitude, is able to convince and inspire others: of himself, of his ideas and products. The ability to reconcile your own voice with body language, not to pretend, but to communicate congruently and confidently is easier to learn and easier to understand than commonly thought with the right guidance.
Seminar: Finally speak freely
Overcome speech and performance anxiety and present it safely
In a small group, you are sure to come in, but as soon as more than five people sit at the table, your discomfort will increase. If you even want to give a lecture or a presentation in front of ten or more people, the concern grows rapidly. The fear of talking in front of others is one of the most widespread fears. The seminar leader Thomas Friebe also suffered.
Sleepless before the next presentation?
At the beginning of his career as a young radio violinist, Thomas Friebe hardly got a sound in front of the microphone because of his fear. Today he is a pro speaker ("Who Wants to be a Millionaire?", "ARD Press Club", "Small to Big") and helps people to overcome their speech. Because the ability to appear safe from others is learnable and is one of the most important soft skills to progress in life and work