Moderating an event with impact (for non-profit)

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Moderating an event with impact (for non-profit)

Democracy is based on debating ideas. But managing a good debate is not easy and raises a number of challenges. This training module gives you the keys to successfully overcome each of them.

 

 

Complet

Perfectionnement Perfectionnement

Give to the participants new prospects on the presentation with more participative ranges for concrete results

  • have understood the basic principles of moderating his/her presentation and its potential pitfalls
  • how to handle challenging situation and questions from audience
  • knowing how to present
  • boost confidence and fluidity
  • the impact of difference of perception due to culture, gender, personal style and emotions

 


Training day will consist of making the participants aware of the principles of impactful presentation and its inherent pitfalls on various cultural elements, personal styles and managing challenging moderation situations through assertiveness.

  • Techniques for leading a debate.
  • Introducing the subject.
  • How can the public's interest be stimulated? How can momentum be created and maintained?
  • Knowing how to adopt a position in relation to the group.
  • Managing the speaking time.
  • Smoothly interrupting.
  • Understanding and managing the various speakers.
  • Knowing how to highlight areas of contradiction.
  • Managing critical and unforeseen situations: verbal attacks, conflicts, sabotage, passiveness, etc.
  • Developing the discussion without falling into controversy.
  • Making a quick summary, concluding, and formulating the keypoints.

 

Learning methodology

Learning by doing, a variety of discovery exercises, group and individual reflection, theoretical input, role simulation with video taping and video case studiess

Theoretical background

For Communication: Palo Alto School (Watzlawick), Hamburg school (Friedemann von Thun)

For Cultural difference : Milton Bennet, Edward T. Hall, Frans Trompenaars.

 

This module can also be followed as part of the diploma in European non-profit communication 

For non-profit institutions and organisations

Prix

Fee: 180 euros

This module can also be followed as part of the diploma in European non-profit communication 

Durée

6 hours/ 2 evenings

Date(s)

To be defined

Lieu

IHECS Academy

27 rue des Grands Carmes

1000 Brussels

Ljiljana Simic
Ljiljana Simic Interculturaliste @ Institutions européennes

Type de certification

Certificate of attendance

This module can also be followed as part of the diploma in European non-profit communication