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The Power of Voice and Nonverbal Behaviour

l'entraîneur: Branka Zei Pollermann PhD
  • 17-18 avril 2020
  • Château
  • Cours de deux jours
  • Maximum number of attendees: 10
  • Si résidentiel, CHF 2100 .- / personne
    Si non résidentiel, CHF 1950.- / personne

Objectives

  • To identify personal strengths and weaknesses in speech communication.
  • To choose the speaking style that enhances credibility and persuasiveness.
  • To master the emotional dimensions of speech communication.
  • To structure the content of presentations in a way that raises interest and maintains attention.
  • To acquire vocal skills appropriate for speaking at meetings (video/audio conf.), presenting facts and figures, public speaking, and Face-to-Face communication.

Programme

  • The role of verbal, vocal and nonverbal behaviour in speech communication.
  • Three main vocal skills: chunking, emphasis, intonation.
  • Vocal style in public speaking and in face-to-face interaction.
  • Verbal aspects: vocabulary (emotional semantic networks); choice of argumentation strategy (blends of rational and emotional strategies).
  • Nonverbal behaviour (facial expressions, gestures, gaze, posture) and their strategic usage in speech communication.
  • Congruence between verbal content and nonverbal behaviour.
  • The Pyramid principle: structure of talks
  • Most efficient rhetorical figures in speaking and writing
À propos du séminaire

When we speak, other people “read” our voices in addition to listening to our words. Things they pay attention to include your pace, your tone and inflection, and your fluency. Our voices also convey emotional meanings: joy, sarcasm, anger, affection, or confidence.

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