It's not what you say, but what you hear.
You have a lot to say, but your audience is tired and uninterested? Your statements are picked apart and misrepresented in the article? You have a really important project that secures the future of the company, but nobody is enthusiastic?
But you really want to convince others?
Now comes the bad news: you’re doing something wrong. Because it’s not about convincing others. That’s not what we say. Says Aristotle.
Our many years of international experience with politicians and top leaders show how important it is to work on your public image in order to present your personality authentically and confidently to an audience.
We train techniques for dealing with critics in the organization, the public and in the (social) media. We will show you practical tools and give you tips to help you learn how to speak confidently and freely in front of an audience and how to deal better with communication challenges – even in front of the camera.
Source: Dana R. Carney, Amy J. C. Cuddy, Andy J. Yap: Power Posing: Brief Nonverbal Expressions Influence Neuroendocrine Values and Risk Tolerance. In: Association for Psychological Science (Hrsg.): Psychological Science. Volume 21, Nr. 10, 20. September 2010
750 MPs, hundreds of amendments per day, a few minutes of speaking time and a massive lectern. In the European Parliament, conditions are difficult for an inspiring speech. In addition, the appearances must be designed in such a way that they not only reach the MPs, but also reach the voters via social media and are ideally picked up in the media.
As MEPs’ time is extremely tight, we conducted a combination of live on-camera training and digital update calls for fine-tuning. We also used our methods to establish a common way of working for the Tilly Metz team so that they could work together optimally and communicate in a time-efficient manner.
"At Stahlmedien you can "refuel" and be yourself. After the training I was in a good mood, full of energy and had lots of new ideas and concrete strategies in my head on how I can communicate and persuade better!"