Presenting with storytelling Training
Tell your message with impact
Why is it that after some presentations you cannot remember anything afterwards? The answer: the story didn’t touch you. A good story feels like you experienced it yourself. This means that you still think about it afterwards, remember it better and can retell.
Yet you are not alone with a good story, your skills and self-confidence are just as important as a speaker. Are you relaxed? Does your story really feel ‘own’ and does it make you happy to be able to tell it? How is your attitude and appearance? In this training you learn storytelling techniques and presentation skills to convey a strong story convincingly.
What can you do after this Presenting with storytelling Training?
- You know the 6 principles of storytelling and apply it to your story
- You master various presentation techniques
- You know your strengths and pitfalls in giving presentations
- You are aware of your attitude and appearance
- You speak relaxed and make your story personal
What can you expect from this training?
This training has a personal character so that you can introduce situations from your own life to the group as an example. In this way the training is focused on your specific questions and wishes. In addition, you fill in a number of intake questions about your needs in advance, so that the trainer can prepare for this.
During this training you do many active exercises with various assignments, both individually, 1 on 1 and in a group. We believe that Pleasure Works and that is why the methods are not only effective but also surprising, interactive and always with a positive approach.
You get started with the way you communicate and you examine your attitude and body language.
To make the story of your presentation comprehensible and attractive, it is important that it has a clear structure and structure.
Based on storytelling theory and exercises, you learn how to tell a story that convinces and sticks.
Meet your trainer
Laura is a senior trainer and coach. After her propaedeutic year in Communication Science and Psychology, she took the Masters in Training & Development at the University of Amsterdam. Laura alternated studying with dancing and traveling. After her studies she worked on cultural projects as an executive dancer and choreographer. During her first job as a recruiter, business started to itch and Laura started as a freelance trainer in business and higher education.
Laura has developed and delivered many training courses in recent years in the field of conversation, dealing with emotions and conflict, motivational interviewing, leadership and presentation. In her work with nurses, dancers, doctors in training, entrepreneurs, lawyers, construction workers and technicians in training, her talent for working with diversity and group dynamics comes to the fore.
In addition to being a trainer, Laura is a Co-Active coach and ORSC team-coach, Co-Active coaching of CTI and These courses have their basis in positive psychology and neuroscience and are known worldwide as the Harvard among coach courses.
<strong>What do you like best about your work?</strong>
The best thing about my work is the energy that comes from the game and the connection with the group. You have to be creative to get people involved and at the same time create a safe atmosphere. The great thing about training is that you are all in a process, so that effects are immediately noticeable: blow to your face when it doesn't work, unprecedented heights when it flows! Very present, active, and also exciting, that's my job, love it!
<strong>What could be the title of your autobiography?</strong>
<strong>What is your greatest talent as a trainer?</strong>
My greatest strength is that I immediately create safety and energy. Fortunately, because I love it a lot ☺ I am also enthusiastic, energetic and keen. My creativity ensures that I often do new things and can be flexible with what is there. I also have feelings for when people feel less, have conflict or experience negative emotions and I am not afraid to deal with it. Oops I could only name 1. Work point.
<strong>Can you tell something surprising about yourself?</strong>
YES! I dance! Not really a surprise after my autobiography title. Dancing gives me so much. Nothing better than a game of physical action after a day of processes, talking and training. Creating dance and then performing it with others is magical. By the way, I see quite a few similarities in my work as a dance teacher. It's all about getting people moving, looking in the mirror, and growth.
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Your learning track
The classroom training is combined with challenges. We call this a learning track. Challenges are short-term assignments that you receive after the training and that help you practice new behavior in practice.
6 weeks, 1 challenge every week.