When thinking of presentations, we mostly think of visible things like “keeping eye contact” or “do not put your hand in your pockets”. However, a good presentation mainly depends on a clear and well-organized structure. This talk shows you how to make a well-structured presentation without a lot of effort in order to sustainably impress your future audience. Profit from this interactive setting to learn simple, effective tools that bring you to the next level in presenting.
Yeliz OBRIST is an IT professional and has worked various parts of IT stack for more than 16 years. Currently focusing on Project, Program and Portfolio Management for technology transformation initiatives. She is also the lead Carrot in Zurich Chapter of Geek Girls Carrots STEM networking group.
Norma has worked for more than 14 years as a trainer for complex (technical) presentations. She started her own company last year. Her background as an engineer with a PhD from ETH Zürich provides her with the necessary credibility in the (still very conservative) technical environment. Her customers include the university of applied sciences ZHAW as well as the direction of the Swiss National Radio and TV corporation SRG SSR.
If you like to get more information about Norma’s workshops, check out the following links.