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Public speaking

For a lot of people, the obligation to be in public turns into a fear of being seen and judged, because expressing oneself is a challenge that exposes one’s weaknesses. A/tout Théâtre offers appropriate techniques to remedy those issues.

You will acquire skills regarding the control of rhetoric, the clarity of the message that you want to convey, as well as the right approach in order to convey it. Therefore, you will be able to live up to your messages and values thanks to self-control and oratory abilities.
Our training methods are simple: we appropriate soft skills in a gradual, rational and playful approach.

Indeed, when it comes to communication, your natural behaviour can be worked on too.

Diagnosis regarding the non-verbal and verbal behaviour

This step is essential for any type of public speaking. It is a review on the non-verbal and verbal behaviour.
-The basis of the interpersonal communication
-Fundamental elements

Conviction thanks to images

This step is an understanding exercise. What image does a good communicant display? The aim of this step is to make the participants understand the meaning and function of an ideal communication, while remaining genuine.
-The form at the service of the content
-The grammar at the service of a good communication

Taking the non-verbal in account during the communication

In every communication, the non-verbal behaviour plays an essential part. This is one of the main differences between public speaking and writing. Public speaking consists of exposing oneself in front of others. One has to speak to the others, rather than in front of the others.
-Knowing how to make the most of the oratory space
-Decrypting the silent communication

Oral expression

A flat expression leads to a monotonous speech: the notion of lenght and duration appears and stands out. Oral expression differs from written expression, especially due to these elements:
-Oral expression
-Vocal technique
-Reading aloud

Your intervention’s storytelling: the construction of a message to convey

A speech has to built; improvisation only works for prestigious orators. There are two types of construction of a speech: the ones that aim to be read, and the ones that aim to be said. Communication requires storytelling. There are different elements that play a part into storytelling:
-Definition of the main theme
-The 4 steps of a successful communication
-The building of a message
-The proximity laws