Workshop Smalltalk

You can make contacts everywhere, during casual conversation in everyday life or during small talk in the company.

Target group

For all who are open to new experiences. Both for quiet, more introverted people who want to become more outgoing, and for outgoing, extroverted people who want to come across as more deliberate and composed in conversation.

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Contents: Smalltalk


Approach others with confidence: Increase self-worth

Thanks to the course you will be able to approach other people in a more relaxed, confident and authentic way. You will learn how you affect others and how you can get even more out of yourself. This will increase your self-worth. The attractive sides of your personality are illuminated with the help of the Enneagram tool.

Lose your fear of response:appear more charismatic

We do a lot of practical exercises and role plays where you learn to present yourself naturally and overcome your shyness. You will also learn everything important about facial expressions and body language. This will also enable you to be more present in smaller or larger groups.

Making a conversation more interesting: Using story telling

There are many ways to build positive tension in a conversation. You learn how to make small talk more exciting. It is important to tell an interesting story, somewhat fashionably called story telling.

Achieving your goal: making small talk or in-depth conversations

Last but not least, you will find many individual answers to your questions, problems and concerns. Your goal will be within reach.

For some, a good small talk is enough. For others, obtaining in-depth conversations is the real goal. In in-depth conversations, personal values emerge and topics such as happiness or a sense of meaning are addressed.

I Self-value and self-image and image of others

  • How do I see myself? How do others see me?
  • How safe am I in contact with others?
  • How do I appear more courageous?

II target address

  • How do I approach someone in a target-oriented way?
  • How do I bring my favorite topics into the conversation?
  • what do gestures, facial expressions and body language tell me about the other person?

III The conversation

  • What exactly do I want to achieve in the conversation?
  • How can I give the conversation the direction I want?
  • How can I deepen a conversation?