If you cant pitch your idea,no ones buying.The Elevator PitchJens Oberender, CC| IPP Redefluss Bonn| konzeptbotschafter.de...
‚The Elevator Pitch‘ - Agenda• I Identify your strengths• II Understand your target        exercise part I• III Get to the...
If you cant pitch your idea, no ones buying. • Become clear (of your idea) • Find a hook • Speak simple and succinct http:...
Part I: Identify your strengths  • Overcome limits of perception - 360°  • What is your expectation of yourself?  • What m...
Part II: Understand your target  • Identify its demand  • Detail how you contribute to the solution  • Deliver trust and p...
Practical Exercise I(1. Phrase tag line and three sentences)2. Listen your buddy‘s pitch          Tag line    review first...
Part III: Get to the point •   Eliminate mistargeted phrases •   Identify strongest argument •   Show passion •   Create t...
Practical Exercise II1. Readjust your statements    (on your own)2. Listen to your buddy‘s pitch     1 min each3. Analyze ...
Outlook  • Understand your target.  • Be clear.  • Retarget arguments.Intra-Personal      Application          Business• S...
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Thirty seconds to speak and to impress. Are you ready to take your chance if Bill Gates listens to your idea? Do you convert into success?

This workshop tells you how to prepare your elevator pitch, a 30-second talk that gets your point across quickly. It is currently hyped for business acquisition, but the principles covered in this workshop will also help to get a new job, impress your boss and attracting your significant other.

Workshop by Jens Oberender, CC for TLI 2012 D59 K4

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  1. 1. If you cant pitch your idea,no ones buying.The Elevator PitchJens Oberender, CC| IPP Redefluss Bonn| konzeptbotschafter.de 1
  2. 2. ‚The Elevator Pitch‘ - Agenda• I Identify your strengths• II Understand your target exercise part I• III Get to the point• Outlook exercise part II 2
  3. 3. If you cant pitch your idea, no ones buying. • Become clear (of your idea) • Find a hook • Speak simple and succinct http://www.alumni.hbs.edu/careers/pitch/ http://helpineedapublisher.blogspot.com/2010/02/pitch-your-hook.htmlIntra-Personal Employment Business Application Proposal 3
  4. 4. Part I: Identify your strengths • Overcome limits of perception - 360° • What is your expectation of yourself? • What makes you most effective?Intra-Personal Application Business• What are you • What felt easy to Proposalable to donate to you, but turned out • The value of yourthe other difficult for the asset to the others stakeholder 4
  5. 5. Part II: Understand your target • Identify its demand • Detail how you contribute to the solution • Deliver trust and passionIntra-Personal Application Business• Any shortage? • How does your Proposal• On what is your skill set fit the • What is of valuetarget suffering of? offered position? for your target 5
  6. 6. Practical Exercise I(1. Phrase tag line and three sentences)2. Listen your buddy‘s pitch Tag line review first 120 seconds Who3. Analyze your buddy I Why – Is the demand fulfilled? What – What argument is most important? (more guides on the sheet) 6
  7. 7. Part III: Get to the point • Eliminate mistargeted phrases • Identify strongest argument • Show passion • Create trustIntra-Personal Application Business• Be authentic • What do you Proposal want to hear to hire • Are you proud of yourself? the proposal? http://gust.com/angel-investing/startup-blogs/2011/10/11/great-startups-can-hook-an-investor-in-60-seconds/ 7
  8. 8. Practical Exercise II1. Readjust your statements (on your own)2. Listen to your buddy‘s pitch 1 min each3. Analyze your buddy II – Did she/he show passion / faith / trust ? – What do you remember most? – Would you commit for action? 8
  9. 9. Outlook • Understand your target. • Be clear. • Retarget arguments.Intra-Personal Application Business• Show faith into • Network to the Proposalyour mission. hidden job market, • Improve where profiles are on any input created to match 9

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