Course: Public speaking with theater techniques - Act 2

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Program Description

June 4 - 5, 2020

October 1 - 2, 2020

November 4 - 5, 2020

Public speaking with theater techniques - Act 2

Improve your public speaking skills

General informations

Goal

At the end of this training, participants will be able to:

  • to stimulate their reactivities and their capacities to "dare",
  • to increase their powers of persuasion and their charisma,
  • to stage their speeches in public at the theater.

Context

This session is animated by a professional actor.

Prerequisites

Prior to this training, participants will have reached the level:

  • Speech in public with theater techniques - Act 1

Public

Collaborators wishing to revisit public speaking techniques

levels

improvement

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Program

descriptive

Scene I: Working to adapt to your audience

  • Adapt to his audience and a goal, get involved in his speech
  • Work on the 4 elements: earth - water - air - fire, attached analogically to public speaking
  • Work on changes of pace, breaks and all variations of styles

Scene II: Reactivity and ability to dare

  • How to answer questions?
  • Develop an assertive attitude during the dual exchange
  • Deploy an effective argument

Scene III: Persuasion and Charism

  • Appropriate rhetoric:
    • purpose: to persuade
    • means: touch, instruct
    • springs: variations, convenience, evidence, etc.
  • Work on primer, binding, booster, synthesis and conclusion joints
  • Spot the engines of eloquence

Scene IV: The staging

  • Strengthen as a strategy to reinforce the impact of his speech
  • Use "arguments-based", "discourse splitting" and dose visual aids
  • Set up the different types of staging according to the space

Scene V: Aisance in the use of the microphone

  • The microphone, rhetoric accessory
  • Practice using the microphone: a specific tool

Further information

Teaching method

Pedagogy is based on:

  • an alternation of contributions, workshops and exchanges with the participants in pairs,
  • scenarios based on the learners' case,
  • the techniques of the actor in a theater,
  • a personalized action plan.

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L’IFCAM est l’Université du Groupe Crédit Agricole, centre d’investissement et de développement du capital humain, au service des ambitions du projet de groupe CA. Créé en 1976, à l’initiative des Cai ... Read More

L’IFCAM est l’Université du Groupe Crédit Agricole, centre d’investissement et de développement du capital humain, au service des ambitions du projet de groupe CA. Créé en 1976, à l’initiative des Caisses régionales de Crédit Agricole, le périmètre de l’IFCAM s’est élargi en 2001, avec la création de l’entité Crédit agricole SA et l’intégration des filiales. Read less
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