Who are you speaking to?
Public speaking is a fundamental skill in many work environments, especially when we consider that “audiences” are not always large groups of individuals, such as those you may find at conferences or conventions: people are listening to you in meetings, interviews, conference calls...
Hypnosis and self-hypnosis are effective tools to manage anticipatory anxiety - that feeling of discomfort that gets you when you just even think about public speaking - and to convey the right emotional intensity to the public.
Integrating hypnotic communication to public speaking facilitates the capturing of the audience’s attention, improves your ability to read body language and to elicit emotional reactions. These skills are crucial to engage, intrigue, persuade.
Our approach in a nutshell
Hypnotic interventions improve public speaking skills in many different ways.
In some cases we focus on strengthening the structure of the speech in your mind and on perfecting it in order for the communicative act to be effective. Hypnosis improves memory and attention favoring a more fluid and engaging presentation.
In other cases emotional variables hinder clear communication. Hypnosis is a very effective tool to regulate emotions and can be used both during preparation and live speeches to feel comfortable, competent, confident.