Prendre confiance et parler en publique

The speech – whether formal address or spontaneous utterance – is an opportunity to express one’s vision and personal charisma. Speaking fluency and intellectual elegance enhance the power of persuasion.

Eloquence makes a speaker interesting. It is an expression of rhetoric, which summarises the art of persuasion through logic, word choice, emotion, and motivation. Fluency implies self-confidence in one’s ability to master the topic presented as well as the relationship with the audience.

This training enables everyone to present clearly and coherently, to argue convincingly and to be able to answer difficult questions spontaneously.

  • Planning public communication
    • recognizable objectives
    • clear introduction, main body and conclusion
  • Presenting in an interesting way
    • observations and reflections
    • stories and key messages
    • unique entrance and exit
  • Making verbal communication easy to understand
    • short sentences
    • precise vocabulary
  • Using non-verbal communication consciously
    • expressive body language
    • effective gestures
  • Using vocal techniques
    • warming up the voice
    • convincing pitch and volume
  • Strengthening self-confidence
    • efficient rehearsals
    • extending spontaneity
  • Tailoring your messages and types of communication to different target groups
  • Selecting appropriate vocabulary
  • Combining language and body language
  • Using the voice in all its pitches
  • Speaking freely
  • Anticipating questions and incorporating their answers into the speech
  • Using metaphors
  • Correcting inaccurate comments made by the audience
  • Paying attention to individuals as well as the whole audience
  • Using pictures, diagrams and other visuals to illustrate a point
  • Spicing up the speech with humour when appropriate


Rich and flexible training design: theoretical input, discussions, reflection and sharing of experience, role-plays and simulations, practical exercises.

Evaluation of training impact:     

  • Short-term impact: at the end of the training
  • Long-term impact: 3 months after the training

Evaluation of acquired knowledge:    

  • Self-evaluation with a skills inventory
  • Questionnaire at the end of the training

Certificate: EUROBOGEN certificate of participation

  • No pre-conditions
  • All audiences