- Are you looking for facilitation?
- Are you looking for support in the conception/implementation of a project?
- Would you like to expand your skills as a trainer or instructor?
- Do you want to bring your event to life visually?
I am happy to support you as a presenter, facilitator
and visualise your content!
With me you can expect a refreshing, lively way of inspiring and motivating people around me for a topic. Moderation is versatile and so am I.
I bring expertise in different formats, whether large or small stage, whether large or small audience. Even discussion groups of different age groups are no problem for me. In my moderations, I create a pleasant atmosphere for discussion that makes dialogue at eye level possible.
Your content in focus!
You want to organise a workshop but don’t know which methods to use? You want an exchange at eye level, whether online or offline?
Then book me as a facilitator and I will be happy to help you prepare and conduct your event. My clients appreciate my overall package of expertise in content, my high level of experience as a moderator and my talent to visualise complicated content in an understandable way.
I help you to visualize your content!
For online events, the creation of presentation slides and digital graphics are particularly useful. They serve as visual orientation and can be the red guide through your event. In addition, I like to work with supplementary offline material such as flipcharts and moderation cards.
I am very happy to offer my services in English: ONLINE and OFFLINE.
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Over the last year I have gained a lot of experience in moderating online events. Online moderation requires extra concentration and brings new challenges. Therefore, I now also offer trainings for other trainers to share my knowledge with them. I now have many tips and tricks for good online facilitation.
Online dialogue on 30.11.2020: „Youth mobility during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond – Revitalising international youth exchanges and cross-border volunteering activities.“ Further information on the dialogue on the DBJR website.