Trine Sick has worked with media and communications for more than 25 years. As a reporter , she moved
in many different cultures and social classes , and she has learned to the
gutter to the presidential palaces and meet people with dedication. She has a
great knowledge about society , politics, and what is always on the agenda of
our environment . And she gets acquainted with what is important to you and your organization............................................
In the role of moderator of well over 100
conferences and seminars , she draws on my experience from eg live TV shows
where unforeseen problems to be tackled flying.
Trine Sick has
facilitated small seminars and large gatherings with 3000 participants. She has
a good sense of the people. She feels what is at stake and is also aware of what
is not being said. She acts upon it and provide the relevant issues - including
those who scrunch .
Trine Sick has managed
major international meetings with foreign ministers and leaders of global
institutions . And she has stood on stage during stormy community meetings ,
where she has helped to diffuse the conflict and create a constructive
She will dive into the topic , conference or seminar takes up . It
gives security to control the debate and energy to deal with unpredictable
Content and dividends
Trine Sick carrier and navigate , but do not overshadow topic and
participants. The content of the conference and participants dividends in the
Although small, innocent events can grow large , and any business or
institution can be thrown into a negative spiral with fatal consequences for the
75% of all crises has been simmering for
some time before they explode. Had they been seen and taken seriously in time ,
they were never broken out. But when the damage is done , it is about responding
quickly before the media coverage out of control .
Speed in a crisis situation is a
prerequisite if depleting stories do not have to run riot. Through social media
they spread quickly .
Trine Sick helps among other
things, to identify :
? what to say when
? Is the message clear ?
? how it should be said
? where her it must be said
? who is to say it
THE BEST YEARS - A LECTURE ON GENERATION 50 +
People over 50 are generally happier than young people , and they are
more creative - just to name a few surprising assets , which also can be
documented. Nevertheless , society has a hard time putting prejudices aside and
appreciate its citizens above 50 Many feel discriminated against in the labor
market , and experts gives them the right .
50 + is increasingly seen as a burden
rather than a strength, and it rubs off on their way to look at themselves and
their lives .
But there are plenty of opportunities -
for 50 + . It just requires that we face reality , make some decisions and find
out who we are, now that we are no longer who we were , says Trine Sick
The world is open, and just our
generation has a unique opportunity to renew our commitment - perhaps in new
ways. Maybe we need a fresh start and realize new or old dreams. This time based
on 30-40 or even more years of life experience.
It's never too late to start over - it's
never too late to become the person you once thought you wanted to be.
Trine Sick has written the book , "Without
age ", which is about what age give , rather than what age takes .
TURN UP YOUR KARISMA
Bored other up when you are presenting or taking the floor at meetings
? Exude you know that you would rather be somewhere else , it is clear that the
participants will feel the same way .
Effectiveness and charisma are not
necessarily inborn talents. It can be acquired . We communicate not only with
words but also with body movements , facial expressions and voice inflection .
And others listen not only with your ears, but also the stomach and the eyes
will consider the signals , the presenter or caller sends .
In his lecture tells Trine Sick of some
of the knobs and handles that every communicator must be aware of and which can
be used in all contexts.