Standing in front of an audience, giving speeches, presentations and introducing oneself – to be better at this, we must be familiar with attention triggers, tips for preparing presentations, body language, ways to create a good first impression, how to deal with stage fright and difficult questions. This lecture is adapted to the audience in question: teachers, managers, service providers, university lecturers and researchers.
Participants will give a short presentation about their research and will be given individual feedback to improve their lectures. In addition, participants will learn how to form their research into short key sentences according to rhetorical methods and in keeping with the principles which make data accessible.
Tuesday, May 18, 2021 11:30-14:30
Tuesday, May 25, 2021 11:30-14:30
Tuesday, June 1, 2021 11:30-14:30
About the Instructor
Kave Shafran is the CEO of “Lehovil ve-Lehashpia”, works in mass media and an entrepreneur. The author of the bestseller The Secrets of Netanyahu. He works for the Prime Minister’s Office to prepare ministers, MKs and high-ranking civil servants in the art of public speaking and speaking infront of the camera. He teaches rhetorics, body language and influence. He has trained prominent leaders of the Israeli financial sector for public appearances and has consulted various political campaigns and TED lecturers. He was commander of the military school for communications, a political correspondent for Galei Zahal and hosted radio programs on current events on radio and television. Kave Shafran in the producer and chief director of Digital Learning at the Technion and at other academic institutions in Israel.
Tuesday, May 18, 2021
Medium (9 hours)
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