Creating a WOW effect around you is a way to stand out and improve the overall satisfaction of people you meet!
A WOW moment is an experience of wonder and delight that everyone enjoys! The WOW effect is memorable and impactful! We remember the people and businesses that make us live a WOW moment because they are fascinating and distinct. What do they have in common? How do they distinguish themselves and engage us? The keynote “The WOW Effect!” was built with this idea in mind. It contains the most effective strategies to WOW people important to you!
This keynote presentation is based on practice, interaction and humor. It was designed in cooperation with several people who have distinguished themselves in their personal and professional lives by their ability to often make people go WOW! During the presentation, examples, testimonials, research results and principles that you can apply quickly will be shared in order to make your experience as valuable, useful and energizing as possible!
The WOW Effect!
- Benefits of a WOW effect
- Profile of people and organizations that generate WOW on a continual basis
A WOW is all about expectations
- Little things that make the big difference
- Promise less, give more!
- Effective strategies for lowering expectations
- Tips for mastering the art of expectation management!
A WOW is a perception!
- Useful tools for making people aware of the WOW you generate for them
- Credibility and the chameleon effect
- Improving perceptions of an authentic WOW Effect
You won’t get a second chance to create a great final impression
- The final impression is more important than the first in creating a WOW Effect
- In any event: finish strong!
- Concrete strategies to make a stunning final and lasting impression
Interested + enthusiastic = WOW!
- To be interesting is to be interested!
- Practical tips for passing on your contagious enthusiasm
- Real examples to create more WOW effects around you
- The first steps to practice what you have learned and create effective WOW effects after the presentation