Create Extraordinary Workshops

, LifeLabs New York

NOTE - THIS CLASS IS SOLD OUT - please do not register here. We are contacting skillshare to figure out how to remove the remaining tickets...

 

Are you ready to turn your ideas into workshops, presentations, and experiences that transform audiences?

This workshop boot-camp is based on Dr. Renninger's research on memory , attention span, and experience design -- recently featured on GOOD, Time out NY, and in the Wall Street Journal.

We'll take a look at some of the best presenters around to see what it is that they do differently. Then, we'll practice the 4 fundamental workshop development skills: storylining, slideology, experience design, and audience facilitation. Course size is limited to 10 people (7 spots are already filled via LifeLabs New York), and we'll become a learning cohort to help support one another.

Note - this course is not about practicing public speaking. It focuses on presentation design - the art of creating extraordinary learning experiences.

Scientific Background:

This course is based on

  • - New cognitive research on sensory learning, retention, and rapport.
  • - Sociocultural findings on attention span, flow & shift.

Program:

  • 10:00 am - 10:30 am : What makes a good presenter? Presentation design 2.0
  • 10:30 pm - 11:30 pm : Skill 1: Story-lining
  • 11:30 pm - 12:30 pm : Skill 2: Slideology
  • 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm : Lunch (included in price)
  • 1:30 pm - 2:45 pm : Skill 3: Create experiences
  • 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm : Skill 4: Audience management (including practice scenarios)
  • 4:00 pm - 4:30 pm : Obstacle course: Personal development plan

NOTE - This class will have 10 Students. 7 tickets have already been sold via lifelabsny.com. 3 tickets are reserved for skillshare.

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LifeLabs New York

LifeLabs New York

Teacher: LeeAnn Renninger, PhD

LeeAnn's interested in all kinds of things, from noticing patterns in the way New Yorkers part their hair, to the evolving shape of car headlights to look like facial expressions.

She has a PhD in Social Psychology/Urban Ethology from the University of Vienna, Austria, and a research specialization in interpersonal relations, particularly related to the perception  of success: in relationships, in making good decisions, at work, and at play.

Her second research specialization is in curriculum design for core competency training.

LeeAnn has lectured at Princeton, MIT, the University College London and the United Nations. She is a frequent keynote speaker and executive trainer to the leadership of Fortune 500 companies.

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