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Hassan Ghiassi

TEDx Speaker and Master Dialogue Facilitator

Hassan Ghiassi is the Founder of Aristotle's Cafe and has also given a speech on "How Discussions That Matter Create Empathy

For over a decade he has worked to design a format that brings people together to have discussions that matter.

He is honored to have been contracted as the Lead Facilitator for the Better Conversations Project at The Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum.

He's made a major impact with over 400 facilitators trained globally, over 1,000 facilitated discussions in person and virtually, and he's even had the chance to sit down with over 10,000 people to talk about some of life's most important subjects.


His workshop title is "Persuading Audiences to Act"
Save the Date: Saturday 15 May 2021 at 12.00pm CEST

Let's be honest, we all want to influence others to our way of thinking. And more importantly, we want that thinking to lead to action!

Possessing the right tools and knowing how to use them is the secret of success. Whether you've attended one of Hassan Ghiassi's workshops in the past at Toastmasters, watched his TEDx Talk, or if this is your first opportunity, there is always something to take away from his trainings.

In this highly interactive and hands-on workshop you will learn:

  • The Ancient Principles Of Powerful Persuasion that move audiences to take action only with your words (even if you are a complete beginner and you couldn’t sell water to someone dying of thirst).
  • How to Instantly Establish Trust and Respect with Any Audience, no Matter How Cold It Is and if they don’t know who you are.
  • The secret element of Authority everyone *always* forgets and can give you an incredible edge over any other person.
  • How to defend yourself from anyone who tries to use manipulative persuasion tactics on you and flip it over them (spoiler: people are doing it more often than you would ever imagine)
  • and More!

 

#Public Speaking
#Interpersonal communication 
#Strategic Leadership 
#Management 
#Confidence