Presentation techniques

Put your message across clearly, one-to-one or with a large group, with preparation or completely spontaneously. Start every assignment with confidence.


  • You can introduce yourself concisely and to the point.
  • You can present your activities in a clear and structured way
  • to your team
  • to your colleagues
  • to managers and executives
  • o customers and prospects
  • to suppliers.
  • You can speak completely spontaneously and without preparation and answer questions in a structured way.
  • You are aware of the impact of your verbal and non-verbal communication.
  • You keep your nerves under control and avoid going blank.
  • You can save your presentation, for example, by responding positively if you do go blank.
  • You can hold your audience’s attention during a presentation.
  • You can make a clear presentation (PowerPoint) that reinforces your message.
  • You can make fluent use of tools to support and enhance your presentation without letting them overshadow you as a speaker.


  • What is verbal and non-verbal communication? How do you use it on a daily basis, both consciously and unconsciously?
    First impressions and perceptions
    Communicating with words and your voice
    Communicating with your body: face (facial expressions and eyes), gestures, posture
  • Speaking in a clear, structured way. How do you introduce yourself?
    What tools will you use?
    What if you have no chance to prepare?
    The role of stress: how do you deal with it positively?
  • The presentation as a form of support`
    The story: what are you going to talk about and why?
    The show: how are you going to convey your message?
    The tools: how can slides support but not dominate your message?


  • Step 1: Interactive workshop with specific practical examples.
    In a small group, practical situations will be worked on, followed by concrete, usable feedback.
  • Step 2: Coaching
    To ensure that the participant’s action points from the workshop are applied in daily practice, a follow-up via coaching (face-to-face or by phone) will be scheduled.
  • ​Step 3: Return day
    During this half-day session, work will be done using participants’ practical cases. There will be an opportunity to identify what’s going well and where there is room for improvement, with the aim of boosting self-confidence.

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