How is it that after some trainings I quickly get good results and they work for me for years? And on others it was “fun”, but the changes are not taking place and I actually have no results? How is it that one person says something and everyone listens to him, while another speaks and people are “thoughts somewhere else”? The key to answering these questions is not WHAT the speaker says, but HOW he says it i.e. the structure of the training, lecture, and lecture. It turns out that all effective teachers or great speakers communicate in a certain way with the audience, which you will learn in this workshop.
In this course you learn:
- The way to talk to people, to get their constant attention, to remember the most important elements of my speech and to make the desired changes.
- You explore the knowledge of how adults absorb information and, therefore, how to conduct effective workshops, trainings or team meetings adequate to the needs of this group of recipients. The trainer acts as an authority, so he must choose words responsibly and have a great understanding of the linguistic structures he uses and how each of them affects the way people think and behave. Therefore, during the workshops, we put special emphasis on the quality of communication and awareness of the language used, so that after your training, the students achieve much more than they expected.