Your Presentation Training, why?

Women on stage

Women ensure that a presentation is well formed, but then forget to ask to present it themselves or to put their name on it. This isn’t exactly the idea. Make your work visible.

Women often (unknowingly) talk in an apologetic way and often use terms to put their opinions/ideas in perspective. The so-called ‘Good Girl Behaviour’. This is self-sabotage according to Tara Mohr, who specialised herself in, and writes under the the name ‘Think Big’. 1. Watch out for unnecessary phrases like ‘sorry to interrupt’ and ‘I’m sorry if this is a dumb question’. 2. Avoid ‘shrinkers’, as Mohr calls undermining communication. ‘Just’, ‘actually’, ‘a minute’, ‘I’m no expert, I could be mistaken’. Stop that, says Mohr. 3. Watch out for speaking in a singing voice and ‘up-talk’, a girl-habit in which your voice raises at the end of a sentence like you’re asking a question.

Source: article in MT and

Your Trainer Annette Kurer

A global leadership consultant and motivational speaker whose career has evolved through 4 major career transformations and who is passionate about supporting women to be their best authentic selves and achieve the work/life balance they aspire to.

Annette qualified as a dentist before joining the corporate world in 1988. She worked at Pearl & Dean Publishing for 3 years before moving to Unilever Cosmetics International managing multi-million-pound Calvin Klein fragrance businesses in over 20 countries while launching over ten number 1 fragrances.

Annette’s training continued focusing on what would help her to empower people to be the “best” version of themselves. She became an accredited Presentation Skills trainer and Emotional Intelligence Specialist.

Worked for (amongst others): Hallett retail, DMJ Recruitment, Merck Sharp & Dohme, Coty, NASDAQ International Investor Services.


Your Presentation

Delivering a message with confidence. Coming across with full confidence. Getting people’s attention. These are important skills for successful presentations. By using audio and visual recordings we will see what kind of an effect you have on others. Everyone will be in the picture. We will work on improving your presentations through pragmatic advice.

Learning objectives:

• your entrance

• non-verbal communication

• getting your story straight

• using your voice

Max. 20 participants

Duration: 3 hours

Camerawoman included

Course materials included

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Your Presentation

Important learning objectives are: good charisma, formulating clear messages and taking control in an interview. Not being afraid of an interview but being happy with the opportunity to tell your story. Don’t expect any fancy communicational theories from me, but mostly a pragmatic and personal training. A training based on more than 30 years of media experience that you will actually find useful.

Learning objectives:

• structuring your story

• determining your objective and your target group

• creating a surprising beginning that grabs the attention

• non-verbal communication

• connecting with your audience

Max. 6 participants

Duration: 1 day including a camerawoman

Course materials included

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Your Presentation

It is also possible to have a tailor-made one-on-one coaching session. You decide on topics and content of this session together with the trainer. The coaching session is set a convenient date and time for both you and the trainer.

Just 1 participant

Duration: at least 3 hours

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Contact Superwomen Academy:

Headoffice: Wendy Broersen Tel. +31 06 29252938

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