Do you really know what impression you give when you take the floor? Have you
Sometimes the feeling of not being listened to, or being misunderstood? Would you like to
Be more convincing, more captivating, more charismatic?
To decupler its impact orally, to give a better self-image and to be more captivating, the method of the group Othello is novel and above all scientific. It allows you to measure and increase your communication impact through the three dimensions of verbal, paraverbal and non-verbal. For this, the experts of the Othello group have studied all communication techniques since antiquity until today (almost 2500 years of textbooks of rhetoric…) and have identified those that really work. In the end, it is no less than thirty "OSOIC" that were thus retained in the exceptional method of the group Othello.
But what is a "OSOIC"? These 5 letters refer to: Othello's Scientific Oral Impact criteria. Or, in French: the scientific criteria of impact in the oral of Othello. The mention of Othello simply signs the paternity of this unique method. But the most important term is mostly scientific. In fact, training in communication is often anything but scientific, carried out by experts of the stage or the media which are based on a feeling, on hunches or empirical and not on objective criteria. The Othello group distinguishes itself in that the validity of each criterion is based on a scientific study (in the field of psychology).
These criteria, or OSOIC, are like just as many leadership tactics. Anyone who regularly takes the floor in public, manages or integrates with a team, or wants to develop his or her relational fluency, will gain control of this palette of about thirty OSOIC.
Thanks to the communication training of the Othello group, anyone can:
-Automatically increase its charisma thanks to the combined use of OSOIC
-Improve its immediate presentation, adopt the right posture
-Control his movements and moves, join the gesture to the word
-Find the tone, manage the silences, adjust the rhythm of his word
-Develop its ability to improvise and its sense of the spread
-Develop the power of his voice and capture the attention by playing on the modulations
-Know how to introduce/develop/conclude his speeches and mark the spirit!
The Othello group mixes theory and practice, and uses the media training as a privileged tool. In the main lines, their method is to carry out what they call an individualized full oral balance sheet (verbal, paraverbal, non-verbal) at the beginning and end of training, and to review all the scientific criteria of impact orally, that is to say Address in detail each of the 34 OSOIC. They use state-of-the-art technologies (including their hexagon software, which complements their exclusive OSOIC analysis grid) to measure the impact of participants on the group and quantify the progress made before/after training.
Ask them directly for more information and to establish a personalized training plan for specific purposes: http://www.othello.group/contact/