TEDify your message
TED and TEDx are incredible popular platforms; millions of people are watching these engaging and inspiring short presentations in the TED format.
TED(x) is all about ideas worth spreading, like Chris Anderson explains in the video.
The ground rules for a TEDx style talk are: no branding, no flaunting, no ego or sales. Besides all that, the time frame is very strict and tight: There is a maximum of 18 minutes to cover all you want to share. These rules makes it attractive to listen to, and easy to remember. TEDified speaking also includes structure, storytelling, and a smashing ending people will never forget.
Presentation-Master has years of experience in coaching speakers for the TEDx platform. Hundreds of speakers have benefited from our method to TEDify you message.
We got more and more requests to use this TEDx structure without the official TEDx-stage, and to use this style for business events, video’s, webinars, speeches and lectures.
It doesn’t matter if you have to speak for 3, 10 or 20 minutes, with your TEDified story you will create a huge impact!
Check out this blog about the secret of TED.
A selection of inspiring videos put together for you by the masters of Presentation-Master.
Royal level of Speaking: Princess Mabel
You better start young speaking with power and influence. My example for that is the kid President in the US!
Meryl Streep is one of my favourite Actresses. Acting has a lot in common with public speaking. It makes you aware about your voice and the impression you want to give to your audience. As masters choice I have two items of her. One as Meryl, herself and one as Meryl the actress.
Alan Pease is great in how you can use hands with power. He can improve his talk by speaking a bit slower, but his dynamics are great and what he is talking about shows off if you use this with power and reason!
You better start young with speaking with power and influence. My example for that is Kid president in the US!
Amy Cuddy has given one of the best TED talks about body language. Presentation-Master uses the Speaker Success Circle in coaching and masterclasses. 70% in how you come across is how your body speaks to the audience, you better do it with confidence!
Another young brave soul has stolen my heart. Malala, winner of the Nobel peace price 2014. At the age of 17 she speaks all over the world.
As Presentation-Master expands we want to reach out to children all over the world to help them with a voice worth paying attention to. Not because they are young but because there are too many of us so called ‘adults’ who don’t listen to the wisdom of kids!
Another young girl spoke at the national memorial for the victims of the MH17 disaster of 2014. Gita Wiegel what a great power! This speech is in Dutch. She moved a whole country and brought the King Willem Alexander to tears!
A selection of videos of TEDx speakers coached by Presentation-Master.
I Am The Code an African led global movement | Mariéme Jamme | TEDxAmsterdamWomen
Borders are within us | Karoli Hindriks | TEDxAmsterdamWomen 2017
My destination is Mars, and you may ask why… | Pamela Nicoletatos | TEDxSaxionUniversity
New ways of looking at the circular economy | Harry Webers | TEDxSaxionUniversity
Step into your powershoes | Hanneke Tel | TEDxSaxionUniversity
Water in the city around the world | Tracy Metz | TEDxZwolle
Find your wild side to tackle climate change | David Saddington | TEDxZwolle
The power of human potential | Robert Bridgeman | TEDxZwolle
How to build Cities in extreme climates | Jasper Kremers | TEDxZwolle
No dream is impossible, sometimes you just have to do it! | Manon Ossevoort | TEDxZwolle
Why do we need green in the cities? | Niek Roozen | TEDxZwolle
9TH ART | Tom Kortbeek | TEDxZwolle
Social Touch Technology | Gijs Huisman | TEDxSaxionUniversity
How design can change the life of the poor | Shandrick Elodia | TEDxSaxionUniversity
The burden of being the only son | Pema Gurung | TEDxSaxionUniversity
Learning from refugee camps | Fransje Immink | TEDxSaxionUniversity
Lets change the world, one poem at a time | Dorothy Oger | TEDxSaxionUniversity
Let’s talk about suicide | Hilde Bleijswijk | TEDxAmsterdamWomen 2013
You are what you eat | Jonathan Karpathios | TEDxAmsterdamWomen2013