Presentation training in a group or rather a one-to-one training?Suggestions for your decision-making
Presentation training; Group or individual training?
Training for presentations and rhetoric are offered in many formats. It is a challenge to find out which rhetorical training is best for you. Here are a few decision-making aids for your further education.
- Tailor made or off the peg?
- The first choice is usually individual training and coaching
- Advantages of individual training and coaching
- Why do I offer group training at all?
- Not sure yet, which fits better?
- Just ask me personally
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You are unique. And so should be the cooperation unique. The success factors in terms of speech, appearance and presentation may be largely the same. But, you are unique. Your personality, personal goals, experiences and the places, circumstances and purposes of your performances are unique. Why should we devote ourselves to topics that have no or only a small advantage for you? One of my instructors told me: make the difference that makes the most interesting difference!
That’s why none of the training and coaching I do is the same. I always design them to suit the participants.
What could be more intense than working directly with the coach or coach? Individual training and coaching allow you to work on exactly what is relevant for you. In the way that suits you best.
1. In private
Especially for people in responsible positions, the opportunity to exchange views is of particular value. Constantly under observation and the high responsibility costs force. Without further witnesses it is much easier to open up and to deal with targeted feedback.
2. Specific goals
The further you are on your way, the more special your topics, your goals are. Proven course plans will give you clues as to what’s of interest to you. But in individual training, we focus on what has the desired benefits for you. You decide!
3. Personal strengths and potential
With your strengths, you have come to where you are today. And they deserve the same promotion, as your potential.
4. Own target groups
To convincingly present yourself and your message only if it suits you and your audience. We have enough time and space for us in private.
You get the full attention. Everything is focused on you. Does that sound good?
In terms of content and time you are much more flexible. The duration and time intervals are determined based on your resources and recommendations. So there is enough time to internalize the impressions.
For some participants quite an issue that wants to be considered; discretion. Especially, who is in the public prefers a protected private frame.
I offer group training because they are in demand. Many participants wish to learn in a group. A common reason is the desired feedback from other participants. From a coach’s point of view, however, the feedback is often not so conducive and even requires additional effort. Qualified feedback in 1: 1 sessions is much more helpful.
Do you want to talk with me about your goals and concerns? Then just give me a call or send me a message.
First published: March 21, 2001
Author: Karsten Noack
Revision: April 3, 2018
Translation: April 3, 2009
German version: https://www.karstennoack.de/praesentationstraining-in-der-gruppe-oder-lieber-doch-ein-einzeltraining/