Keynote Speaker Rhetoric & Communications

Someone who goes on stage has a story to tell. But are rhetoric and communication really that easy? “You shalt not be bored.”

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Speaker Frank Asmus
Frank Asmus
Speaker René Borbonus
René Borbonus
Speaker Christian Bredlow
Christian Bredlow
Speaker Nena Brockhaus
Nena Brockhaus
Speaker Kai Diekmann
Kai Diekmann
Speaker Rolf Dobelli
Rolf Dobelli
Speaker Veit Etzold
Veit Etzold
Speaker Kirstine Fratz
Kirstine Fratz
Speaker Cristián Gálvez
Cristián Gálvez
Speaker Mark T. Hofmann
Mark T. Hofmann
Speaker Philip Keil
Philip Keil
Speaker Antoni Lacinai
Antoni Lacinai
Speaker Ralf Lanwehr
Ralf Lanwehr
Speaker Christian Lindemann
Christian Lindemann
Speaker Jakob Lipp
Jakob Lipp
Speaker Leo Martin
Leo Martin
Speaker Dani Nieth
Dani Nieth
Speaker Christof Schmid
Christof Schmid
Speaker Michael Schulz
Michael Schulz
Speaker Holger Stanislawski
Holger Stanislawski
Speaker Stephanie zu Guttenberg
Stephanie zu Guttenberg

Rhetoric & Communications – the art of persuasion

The term rhetoric is derived from ancient Greek and translates roughly as “the art of oratory” or “the art of discourse”.

The mastery of rhetoric not only enables individuals to win over their audience and give speeches that people want to listen to, but also communicate messages and content that sticks in the mind. Rhetoric is science and art form in one.

Method, style, poetics, attentiveness, clarity, theory, imagery and conveying a message – our specialized communication speakers are professionals who master the power of language and rhetoric.