Talk like TED
Tuesday 1 October 2019 (7 – 9.30 pm)
We are all familiar with TED talks: Inspiring, succinct, passionate presentations of a good idea. Maybe you have thought about someday giving a talk like that.
In this workshop you will work on your "idea worth spreading". How do you make your idea come to life? How do you transform your idea into a talk? What are the elements that characterise a TED-like talk and how do you apply these? An experienced TEDx speaking coach will show you all the tips and tricks. We will use some examples to work on a TEDx-worthy result.
Former students and graduating students of the Hague University of Applied Sciences.
The training session will be held in English.
You are welcome from 6.30 pm for a cup of tea or coffee and to have a professional portrait photo taken for your LinkedIn profile. We will start the training session at 7 pm and the main programme will end at 9.30 pm. After the session we will walk over to Café Xieje for a drink (until 10.30 pm).
The training session will be held at the Speakers’ Corner on the main campus of the Hague University of Applied Sciences.
We request that participants pay a small contribution for the training session: 15 EUR for graduating students and 25 EUR for alumni.
You will receive:
- coffee and tea
- drinks at the networking get-together after the training
You can register and pay by using this online form. The deadline to register for this training session is Monday, 30 September 2019.
Please note: Your participation fee will not be refunded if you are unable to attend. We require a minimum of 25 registrations to hold the training session. The participation fee will be refunded if the training session is cancelled due to a lack of registrations.
About the trainer
Rob Speekenbrink set up the online communication firm Noscura in 2015 with his colleague from Delft University of Technology, Karlijn de Wit. The firm advises organisations on content creation, online customer support and social media use. Rob holds workshops, writes a blog on online communication, speaks at conferences and gives guest lectures. Rob studied Industrial Design Engineering at THUAS and graduated in 1998.