The Heart of Orchestra

The Performing Environment

A strong attention has grown up around teams. The common belief is that teams are the efficient way to get things done. But, without coordination and motivation, teams under-perform. Participants will learn how to avoid the emergence of complacent and dysfunctional teams.

Recognize a Good Presentation (Slides Made Well), that is, how to interact with others during the presentation and to use any support as whiteboards and media. Recognizing a good presentation to be projected, knowing how to use spaces on stage when using multimedia tools is crucial to managing attendees and being effective.

Handle the audience: a top manager often has to recognize and make presentations to different types of listeners. To handle the possible objections and to deflect the speech is a fundamental competence to avoid critical situations.



  • Bad teams, good teams, great teams.
  • Working like an orchestra: mutual accountability, trust and respect.
  • Developing the ‘perspective taking’ attitude.


  • The role of credible leaders (and of deviants, too).
  • How to avoid teams to become complacent.
  • The opportunities and risks of multi-teaming.


There are no specific requisites to participate to this course. However, some experience in public lectures may help.


This course lasts four hours and consists of two 110-minute sessions each.


The course can be held either in English or in Italian language, depending on the needs of the participants.

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