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Presentation Skills Seminar

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Speak clearly and take your knowledge with you!

Communication is a complex process, whose success is not guarantees. A manner in which we communicate has a dominant impact on our success, and thus on a personal image and the image of our organisation. An impression in made based on a body language and manner and content of what is being said. Then how to make a good impression, speak “on the same wavelength”, transfer key messages in an understandable fashion, be persuasive and visible to audience? Find out at the open Presentation Skills seminar of agency Represent Communications, on July 14, 2017.

Seminar topics:

Set I

  • Business communication as basis of identity and image of an organisation
  • Overcoming obstacles to successful communication
  • Styles and techniques of business communication
  • Introduction to business protocol
  • Business presentation design

Set II

  • Message production
  • Verbal communication
  • Oratory skills (breathing, articulation and diction exercises)
  • Para-verbal communication
  • Nonverbal communication

Workshop (16.00 – 17.00)

Who this seminar is designed for:

This one-day seminar will help you overview all factors influencing your ability to make presentations and public appearances. It will provide you with useful tools, which will assist you in communicating key messages in a persuasive manner and structure your presentation and public speeches.

The training targets everyone who:

  • Has an opportunity to make presentations at conferences
  • Presents their proposals in front of a group of people
  • Speaks in public
  • Wishes to improve his/her techniques and presentation skills


Nataša Ristić

Nataša RistićShe worked as a journalist, host and editor at radio and TV stations (RTS, BK, Prva TV, B92). Halfway through her 30-year long career, she decided to focus on communications, primarily public relations of state and public administration. She has been educated in the area of “soft skills” (communication, public relations, public appearance, presentation…) in the country and abroad. As the founder of the Centre of Modern Skills, since 2000 she has held several hundreds of lectures and training courses in communication skills across Serbia and in the countries of the region. She is a certified coach and consultant of organisations such as UNICEF, OSCE, GIZ, Council of Europe in Serbia. Today, she is at the position of a communications advisor in the office of CEO of an international company.


Slavica Cicvarić Kostić

Slavica Cicvarić KostićA part-time professor at the Faculty of Organisational Sciences in Belgrade, Department for Marketing Management and Public Relations. She is the author of monographs in the area of branding and communications and a lecturer at seminars and training courses in the area of communications. Slavica is a certified coach of the Chartered Management Institute from the UK, level 5/7. She has been a visitor lecturer at several universities in Europe. Works as a consultant in the area of public relations and marketing for organisations from the corporate and public sectors. Slavica was also a consultant and the business development director in international communications consultancy Hauska&Partner International Communications. She also worked as the PR manager in investment company MPC Properties, with Merrill Lynch as its strategic partner. She is a member of the BoD of the Public Relations Society of Serbia, Serbian Marketing Association - SEMA, and international associations IPRA and EUPRERA.

Seminar fee

The seminar fee is RSD24,600.00 per participant.

For more information, please dial 011/7152-500 or send an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.ions and This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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