On December 16th, from 6:00PM CET, Robert Kienzle will meet EWMD members and supporters for the workshop "Speak to Persuade".
This 90 minutes session will cover:
Giving practice presentations for feedback
Analyzing our audience
Creating persuasive content to meet audience expectations
Delivering presentations with virtual presence
Please be prepared to be on video and use a headset for clear audio. This is an interactive session. To maximize our time together, please take a few minutes and complete our pre-workshop activities.
Watch Robert’s introduction video and complete this short self-assessment at least one day before our program. It’s anonymous. We use it to get an overview of the team and your personal questions: https://knowmium.typeform.com/to/FWF4zzjJ
Prepare a 1-2 minute persuasive pitch. This could be from a recent or upcoming presentation. Or, use the topic “something in business that should change.” You will give this pitch in a small group of 2-3 people. We suggest rehearing it on your own 1 or 2 times before our session, and as long has you have an idea ready to share, you’ll be great. We kindly ask you to not bring any PowerPoint or other visuals.
If you want to dive into this topic early, here is a short article: https://hbr.org/2020/01/what-it-takes-to-give-a-great-presentation
You are welcome to email Robert any time with questions before or after our session: email@example.com.
About the facilitator
Robert Kienzle has over 15 years of business training and coaching experience on all 7 continents. After completing his Masters in Communication studies, he began his career first in North America training politicians, organization administrators, and sales representatives in order to refine their rhetoric and persuasion. In Asia, Robert is former faculty at Sungkyunkwan University, Seoul (and continues to conduct MBA courses in their Graduate School of Business). He currently works with Fortune 100 companies conducting workshops and coaching management in presentation, negotiation, personal branding, intercultural communication, influence, writing, and other skills. Robert is Distinguished Toastmaster in Toastmasters International and was a World Championship of Public Speaking semi-finalist in 2014 and 2015.
Register here under and you will receive the link to access the virtual event. For any question you can contact our International Office.