Kommunikation findet zu einem großen Teil nonverbal statt. Davon hängt ab, wie Ihr Gegenüber Sie wahrnimmt und auf Sie reagiert. Wir selbst nutzen nonverbale Zeichen unseres Gegenübers als Indikator für Emotionen, Einstellungen und Charaktereigenschaften.
Nonverbale Kommunikation drückt häufig unbewusste Gefühle und Meinungen aus. Sie lässt sich weniger leicht kontrollieren als verbale Kommunikation. Dennoch ist sie entscheidend für erfolgreiche Interaktionen.
Dieses Seminar erlaubt Ihnen Feedback zu Ihrem eigenen nonverbalen Verhalten zu erhalten. Sie haben Gelegenheit für schwierige Situationen zu trainieren, beispielsweise für Präsentationen oder Vorstellungsgespräche.
Trainer-Input, Selbstreflexion, Einzel-, Partner- und Gruppenübungen, Rollenspiele, Kurzpräsentationen, Gruppen-Diskussion, gegenseitiges Feedback innerhalb der Gruppe, Videoaufnahmen und -analyse.
Wenn vor-Ort: Bitte bringen Sie wenn möglich ein Gerät zur Aufzeichnung kurzer Videos mit, ein Smartphone reicht völlig.
What luck to be offered a place in his energetic courses
I had the pleasure of taking the 2-day “Professional Communication” and the 2-day “Leadership Skills” courses offered by Matthias [...]
At no point did I feel I was lacking any opportunity to ask questions or offer responses, to him or to the other participants. [...]
we were encouraged to send our goals and wishes for the course beforehand to help him tailor the course to us personally. I felt supported and considered throughout, and came away with valuable tips and methods that I would not have easily come across otherwise. [...]
What luck to be offered a place in his energetic courses, I am definitely looking forward to taking more in the future!
Be ready to fail!
Leadership workshop with Matthias Mayer
Two intense days with basic information combined with group work and time to think about your colleagues and yourself. Matthias gave a full picture about the tasks of a leader and advices how to be a good one.
It was very important for me to understand my own personality, which leadership skills I already bring with me and where I need to work harder. I really liked the discussions and input we got about how to give constructive criticism and how to manage conflicts. My personal main statements I take from the workshop are:
*Leadership is hard work, therefore never stop reflecting yourself, give and receive feedback and keep learning. Motivate your co-workers in an individual and personalized way. And most importantly, be ready to fail!*
Thank you very much Matthias for your helpful and clear guidance to become a good leader.
I am looking forward to improve my skills and to come back to my workshop notes when I am struggling.
[after participating in a 2-day online leadership training]
It would be a pity to let this chance pass!
Matthias Mayer is one of the most dedicated, passionate and enthusiastic instructors I have encountered in any subject in a really long time.
I had the opportunity to attend his 2-day online workshop on scientific presentation. It is easy to see that he not only has an enormous knowledge base in his domain of expertise but also puts his 200% into both producing and delivering the distilled content that he wishes to serve his attendees in the most efficient and effective way possible.
His workshops cover a lot of ground thematically for the allotted time. Nevertheless, despite the intensive nature of his workshops, he manages to give focussed, pointed and transformative feedback to each of the individual participants on all aspects of their presentation, many times, over the course of a single workshop.
This I found extremely helpful in transforming my presentation from good to wow! I also found the external resources he provides his attendees in the form of handouts and videos to be especially thorough and beneficial for future learning.
It is also worth mentioning that despite the fact that our workshop was held entirely over Zoom, the distance was imperceptible.
If I get another chance, I would definitely attend another workshop with Matthias Mayer. It would be a pity if you had the chance and you let it pass.
[after a 2-days online Training on Scientific Presentation]