This course will teach you how to build persuasive surprises into your presentations, the kind of surprises that will change how your audience sees a particular situation or proposal and then gets them talking—in a good way. It will also identify several techniques you can use to start (and maintain) your own conversations, whether with a big group, a small group, or even just one-one-one.
This course is part of the Good with Words: Speaking and Presenting Specialization
About this Course
What you will learn
How to incorporate a "little bit of mischief" to your presentations in a way that delights and informs your audience
How to use "mirroring" and follow-up questions to establish trust and build rapport
How to connect with people via the "language of common life"
How to reimagine the experience of starting a conversation with a stranger
Skills you will gain
Syllabus - What you will learn from this course
Week 1 | Unexpected: Vocabulary
Week 2 | Unexpected: Speaking Studies and Speaking Exercises
Week 3 |Conversation: Vocabulary
Week 4 | Conversation: Speaking Studies and Speaking Exercises
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TOP REVIEWS FROM SPEAKING AND PRESENTING: CONVERSATION STARTERS
This is a very helpful course for everybody that wants to improve their skills in speech.
Course was concise, but provided good insight and links to additional materials that helped support the content.
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