For entrepreneurs, being able to deliver your business pitch on demand is the difference between life and death for your ideas. Pressure to perform. Nerves. These often prevent entrepreneurs from delivering their message in a way that emotionally connects with their investors.
Like any audience, investors crave authenticity and confidence. Their ability to focus on your story depends on your ability to understand and then captivate them as your audience. This workshop helps you to find your own voice to engage your audience, whether it’s one-on-one in an elevator or in front of thousands on the world’s largest stage.
This workshop will teach you the key concepts and tools of high pressure stage performances enabling you to successfully – and consistently! – deliver your message, both live and recorded. Topics include: voice functionality and use; body posture and purposeful movement; and stage presence. We will also cover the real world challenges of how to deal with stage fright, how to connect to and manage your audience, how to prepare, and how to stay “fresh” when you’re pitching the same message again and again. The workshop has you immediately use the tools and techniques you acquire by pitching your fellow participants.
When: Wednesday, May 3, 2017, 6:00PM – 8:00PM
Where: FLEX, 25 Dry Dock Ave, 2nd floor, Boston, MA 02210 (NOTE: NEW VENUE)
Cost to attend: $10 SACC-NE/GABC/FACCNE/BABCNE Members, $25 Non-Members
About our presenter Katja Schoenherr Performance is key! Katja Schoenherr is a classical opera singer and brings decades of training and experience to the table. She has reached more than 10 million people in live audiences, performed globally and recorded with major labels such as Sony, Universal and Columbia. She further focused on educating the next generation of performers at world renowned conservatories and music institutions and holds an MBA from the MIT Sloan School of Management.
This is a Partner Event organized by the German-American Business Council of Boston, with support from the Swedish-American Chambers of Commerce, the French-American Chamber of Commerce and the British-American Business Council of New England.