If you organize corporate events or conferences, you may be thinking a lot about how to make them unique and memorable. Nowadays, some events feature a stand-up comedian or a musician. I am proposing a solution which gives massive value to the participants while entertaining them at the same time.
A lot of people would like to communicate with more impact and confidence, but they are unable to participate in a long training program. Another option is to read books on the subject, but it is more beneficial to see someone explain and demonstrate key takeaways live on a stage. I created 60-90 minutes long inspirational speeches that can fit nicely into the program of a corporate event or a conference. At these speeches, participants get immediately applicable tips in public speaking and assertive communication while having fun at the same time.
You can choose between the following inspirational speeches:
How to sell yourself
You might have felt at some point in your life that you really believe in something and have solid knowledge in a field, but you are not able to transfer all that passion and professional expertise when speaking in front of an audience.
What is pulling you back? Some people suffer from stage fright and are shocked to experience that their mouth gets dry while speaking, their palms get sweaty, and the feeling of self-confidence is only a dream for them.
The other extreme is when speakers appear to be too confident, and the audience has a hard time connecting to them. Having experience is a good thing, but it can turn into a disadvantage because nobody likes to feel that a canned material is being fed to them.
At the 60-90 minutes long inspirational speeches, you'll get immediately applicable tips for being a more persuasive and authentic speaker even in front of a large audience.
- How to handle stress and turn it into an advantage?
- How to inspire people to act?
- How to set the right mood by a powerful start?
- How to keep up the listeners' attention for the entire presentation?
- How to handle interruptions and difficult questions?
- How to get key messages across in a short time?
- What makes us authentic speakers?
- How to use non-verbal communication to increase impact?
- How to structure a speech based on the needs of the listeners?
How to stand up for yourself
- How do I stand up for myself in stressful situations?
- How do I let someone know that I dislike their behavior?
- How do I solve a conflict in a way that doesn't hurt the relationship?
We all have certain behaviour patterns that determine how we relate to others. Some of us have a hard time saying no, therefore often feel taken advantage of. Others enter into conflict situations without a moment of hesitation, defend their arguments easily, but often hurt the other party in the process with their lack of empathy. Such interactions do not only affect the mood, but also have a negative impact on productivity at the workplace.
At the 90-minute inspirational speech, the trainer and an actor will play a few short scenes where participants can clearly see and identify the success factors and also the blocks in interpersonal communication. They will get concrete tips on how to resolve conflict situations and make their case assertively even under pressure. The audience can influence the content by suggesting some features of the scenes.
Optional areas of focus: conflict resolution, negotiation skills, team cooperation