Jeff Cabili «Nonverbal Communication: The Power of Body Language and Voice» [Offline event]

How to conduct a presentation or a short speech effectively, convincingly, and excitingly? How to improve the impact of your message, regardless of whether you are looking for investors for a startup or pitching an idea, product, or service?
UCU Business School together with the Center for Entrepreneurship invite you to the master class «Nonverbal Communication: The Power of Body Language and Voice» with Jeff Cabili on May 14!

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During the event we will learn:

  • the concept of non-verbal communication, how and where to use it;
  • “how to say it” and not “what to say”;
  • a variety of expressive techniques, including gestures, body movements, positions and postures, voice, maintaining eye contact and using silence, with an emphasis on consistency between verbal and non-verbal communication;
  • how to use non-verbal communication as a tool to influence others in difficult situations (such as lecturing to a group with no constant connections) and to optimize the impact of your message in stressful situations (such as interviews and business negotiations)

Date and time: May 14, 2024 at 6:00 p.m
Venue: Lviv, Stryyska 29A, Sheptytskyi Center, auditorium 002
Language: English
Cost: UAH 500

Our speaker:
Jeff Cabili is an expert in effective non-verbal communication (body language and voice) and presentation skills, and is the former director of business development at the Stanford Graduate School of Business. He teaches effective nonverbal communication skills at Stanford Continuing Studies, conducts seminars at corporations and universities. He is a mentor in several incubators, where he helps entrepreneurs improve the effectiveness of presentations. Jeff also helps startups polish their 4-minute pitches to increase their chances of raising venture capitalists. He holds a master’s degree in chemical engineering from the National Polytechnic Institute of Grenoble, France, and an MBA from the Wharton Graduate School (University of Pennsylvania).