To the point: Argue strongly, convince better! – Pyramidal Structuring

Program language

This program will be conducted in German.


Who should attend

All employees who want to make their point more precisely in presentations, decision templates, emails or other means of communication.


What you learn

You apply structuring skills and pyramidal communication in order to better communicate your concerns in meetings and presentations “to the point”. In this so-called pyramidal communication, the core message is at the beginning of your verbal or written communication, to be subsequently explained in a logical manner with the "best" numbers, data and facts – ideal for your internal decision templates or external customer presentations.


How you learn

Pyramid structuring will enable you to make a clear point even for complex contents, to structure your arguments in a logically-consistent way and to deliver both with easy-to-understand presentation documents. During the program, you will work together on pyramid-structured presentations. You are welcome to bring in your own topics and implement them.


Your benefits

In future, you will

  • start with the essentials using the pyramidal structure and systematically go into the details
  • communicate in a structured way by getting to the point and communicating results professionally
  • use a red thread to concretize or justify statements
  • pursue your own goals and consider the needs of the recipient
  • formulate presentation slides concisely and visualize them clearly


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To the point: Argue strongly, convince better! – Pyramidal Structuring

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  • Duration

    2 days

  • Date & location

    October 10-11, 2022 - Mintrops Land Hotel, Essen, Germany

  • Investment

    1,100 € (plus travel and accommodation)

  • Participants

    12 participants