Public Communication Skills

Hertie School of Governance

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Hertie School of Governance

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Communicating effectively in public and with different audiences is more and more important for professionals from all sectors. This course will introduce participants to the fundamentals of communication and presentation skills. Focusing in particular on public speaking, speech writing, and moderation, it will explore issues through interactive discussions and group work, while practical exercises complement the thematic primers. The aim is for participants not only to develop a deeper understanding of today’s communication requirements but also to hone their personal skills and to explore ways how to bring those to bear in their organisational environment.

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Cornelius Adebahr

Cornelius Adebahr is a Fellow at the Hertie School of Governance and an associate in the Europe Program at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace in Washington, DC. His research focuses on European foreign policy, including the integration of Western Balkan states into Euro-Atlantic struc...

Public Communication Skills at Hertie School of Governance

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