Phil Waknell

What are the secrets of a great WikiTalk?
WikiStage ESCP Europe 1 - Paris
  • Description

    Phil Waknell gives some tips on how to make your presentation (and your WikiTalk) interesting and how to interest your audience in what you are talking about.

    "A great WikiTalk, like any great presentation, is based around 3 arts, and those 3 arts are firstly storytelling, and then great speaking and effective visuals."

Salima Souakri

Le sport, est-ce fait uniquement pour gagner des médailles?
WikiStage Algiers
  • Description

    "Le sport, est-ce fait uniquement pour gagner des médailles?"

    "Une algérienne sur la plus haute marche du podium."

    "J'ai toujours rêvé d'être championne."

Ali Terrak

Qu'attendez vous pour être à la hauteur de ce que vous êtes?
WikiStage Algiers
  • Description

    "Qu'est ce que le système nerveux central ? Cette merveille anatomique avec lequel Dieu nous a fait que nous sommes ce que nous sommes."

    "Il existe 3 niveaux de motricité : réflexe, automatique et volontaire."




Isma Hamidi

Qui m’empêche de réussir?
WikiStage Algiers
  • Description

    "Qu’est ce qui nous empêche de réussir?"
    La réalité dit que la réussite est un résultat, un résultat que seul une petite partie de la population a pu atteindre."

Sofiane Chaib

Tactique des loups, pourquoi pas l'Homme?
WikiStage Algiers
  • Description

    "Les loups ont changé le comportement des rivières. Elles ont commencé à moins zigzaguer. Il y avait moins d'érosion. Les canaux se sont rétrécis. Des mares se sont formées. Tout cela était parfait pour un habitat sauvage."

Yazid Ait Hamadouche

Comment se dépasser?
WikiStage Algiers
  • Description

    "La vie n'est pas évidente quand nous n'avons pas toutes les chances dès le départ pour réussir."
    "Pour certains, le handicap rime avec la fin d'une vie, ça a été pour moi au contraire, le début de ma vie."

You Are a Wonder
  • Description

    WikiStage Algiers dans sa première édition touchera une période phare dans la vie de tous: la jeunesse!

Jacqueline Fendt

What if chance were a skill?
WikiStage ESCP Europe 2
  • Description

    Jacqueline Fendt takes us into an imaginary trip in the search for real results, pursuing the goal of innovation through the use of creativity and imagination.

    We all assume results and appreciation come from following the path of rational things... This is not entirely true. We are about to find out that imagination and creativity, with the necessary dose of chance, can bring innovation. Don't be afraid to mingle with people and share your ideas, let them collide and get the chances. Serendipity is the key, it encompasses all sorts of different characteristics and in the same time, it's everywhere and it's nothing exceptional about it. Find out why mistakes are necessary and how to get sustainability in your solutions.

    "Mistakes are a great way for serendipity."

    "You will be princes and princesses of serendipity."


Phil Waknell

How to make your audience curious?
WikiStage ESCP Europe 2
  • Description

    Phil Waknell shows how good speakers could engage their audience by triggering their curiosity.

    The first task of every speaker is to get the attention of the audience so as to make sure they’re listening. That way they will learn and remember. Curiosity is the prerequisite for people to grasp knowledge and enjoy things that we’re doing. Making people feel curious by touching their emotions is the key task that will engage every audience. Make them sad, or happy or surprised or angry - as long as you don’t make them bored, you’re doing your job right. Because there’s only one force in the world which is more powerful than a brilliant idea is to bring it brilliantly to a curious audience.

    “Curiosity is the thing that keeps us going and keep us growing”

    “If you want to plant a tree, you first have to dig a hole, if you want to plant a message you have to dig a hole in the minds to make people curious”

    “There’s only one force in the world which is more powerful than a brilliant idea is to bring it brilliantly to a curious audience”


Antonio Meza

"Towards" or "Away from" motivations?
WikiStage ESCP Europe 3
  • Description

    Antonio Meza presents a different theoretical approach of the classical concept of motivation, through examples, envisaging a motivation strategy that depends on the habits of each person.

    If we were to think in negative or positive terms, it would be difficult to assess the approach given to motivation, as described by Antonio MEZA. No matter what type of person you are, you can adapt both the "towards" and the "away from" motivation in order to achieve your goals the best way possible. Therefore, use the motivation, adapt it to your own habits and give your brain what it needs...and you can conquer the world!

    "If you give your brain what it needs, you get the results you want."

    "Do you do exercise because you want to be fit or because you don’t want to be out of shape? Do you earn money because you want to be wealthy or because you don’t want to be poor? Do you get up in the morning because you want to arrive early at work or because you don’t want to be late? These are very different motivations, but they can take you to the same place."




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