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A sneak peek into the Generation Y mind!

All you wanted to know about 20-somethings.

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Who I am?

My name is Orsolya Nemes and I want to live in a world, where people share inspiring ideas and go to work with a smile on their faces every day.

What I do?

Generation Y
Millennials cause more and more headache at work. They think differently, act differently, and work differently. Are they lazy, entitled narcissist as the media portrays them, or are they going to change the world? Take a sneak peek into a Millennial's head and prepare for the future!
Presentation design
The goal is to make people’s jaws drop! Do you want your next presentation to make a blast? Do you have your next presentation only in your mind, or is it an existing one needing a little facelift? Let's dazzle your audience!
Presentation training
Presentations are the No. 1 communication channel of companies. It does matter how co-workers share information. Everything you need to know about presentation planning, design and delivery. No more boring PowerPoints!

Works

TEDxYouth@Budapest
2013
Isn't it possible that Millennials are not "lazy, entitled narcissists" but a generation with simply different characteristics and needs - at work as well?
TEDxYouth@Budapest
Isn't it possible that Millennials are not "lazy, entitled narcissists" but a generation with simply different characteristics and needs - at work as well?
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Generation Y
2012
A guide to Millennials. What are we, 20-somethings like? What needs do we have? How should you treat us?
Generation Y
A guide to Millennials. What are we, 20-somethings like? What needs do we have? How should you treat us?
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TEDx@Danubia
2014
Is it sure that generations are that different? Generations, stereotypes and boxes. How can we build on the differences and use them for good?
TEDx@Danubia
Is it sure that generations are that different? Generations, stereotypes and boxes. How can we build on the differences and use them for good?
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Level up your presentation design
2014
10 easy and quick design hacks to turn your your presentation into an eyecandy. Because what's smart and beautiful, has power.
Level up your presentation design
10 easy and quick design hacks to turn your your presentation into an eyecandy. Because what's smart and beautiful, has power.
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13+1 tips to reduce stress before giving a presentation
2014
Are you nervous before giving a presentation? This deck explains why are we afraid of public speaking and offers some tips to cope with presentation anxiety.
13+1 tips to reduce stress before giving a presentation
Are you nervous before giving a presentation? This deck explains why are we afraid of public speaking and offers some tips to cope with presentation anxiety.
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Generation Y at work
2013
The SlideShare version of the talk I gave at TEDxYouth@Budapest on Generation Y and our expectations at work. It's time to bridge the generation gap and create the workplace, where everyone is happy!
Generation Y at work
The SlideShare version of the talk I gave at TEDxYouth@Budapest on Generation Y and our expectations at work. It's time to bridge the generation gap and create the workplace, where everyone is happy!
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Make your idea stick
2013
What makes people remember our talks or ideas? What's the connection between Chip and Dan Heath's book and Dumb Ways to Die?
Make your idea stick
What makes people remember our talks or ideas? What's the connection between Chip and Dan Heath's book and Dumb Ways to Die?
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Publications

HVG BUSINESS - Jan, 2014
The secrets of an effeective presentation
10 tips for a great talk

Change your point of view! The speaker is not the main hero of the presentation. It's the audience. No matter how wonderful your idea is, if you don't present it well, it won't land with the people. According to presentation guru Nancy Duarte, the speaker is not Luke Skywalker, but Yoda, guiding the hero, the audience, through his journey.

Analyze your audience! The more infomation you know about our audinece, the better you can tailor our content. It's good to know, who are sitting among the audience, how much they kow about your topic, what they are interested in. Think through, what their expectations are regarding our talk, what reasons they will accept, what kind of doubts they might have, and how you can convince them. Shape your lingo accordingly.

HVG BUSINESS - Jun, 2014
What makes our presentations beautiful?

A slide is not a telepromter. Neither a document. Don't fill your slides with text, as your audience can't read and listen at the same time. By the time you have finished elaborating your first point, the audience has read the whole text through - and have no idea what we just said. If we can't give them any extra information, why exactly are we there, then? Instead of reading out loud what you have projected, come prepared and spend time practicing your talk. Put your notes in the Notes section, so that when you're projecting your slides with Presenter View, you'll have them as a reminder and you won't burden your audience with loads of text.

HVG BUSINESS - Sep, 2014
Presentation that moves you
Tips for different types of presentations

Get to the point. If you have 30 minutes, prepare as if you'd have only five to give them all the information. This way you'll be forced to talk only about the most important topics - results, conclusions, suggestions - tell them as to-the-point as possible. It will be more useful for your audience to ask questions in the remaining 25 minutes - and you'll definitely not bore them unnecessarily. Talk about what they're interested in. They asked you to give a presentation at the meeting, because you have some kind of information they need. If they want to know whether the number of purchase of your new product has increased, start with that before mentioning anything else. Only after this get into the details you find important.

Training

Presentation training

Date: 9.6.2015. Tuesday, 9.00-17.00
Location: Traction Tribe, 1093 Budapest, Lónyai utca 31. 3rd floor
A day when we challenge boring and ugly presentations. During the training we talk about how to pull the content of your talk together, what makes a slide look good and how you can deliver it in an enjoyable and memorable way.
Group size: max. 12 fő
Price: 29.900 HUF / seat
Early Bird: 24.900 HUF / seat (till 22 May)
(Prices are the Sub Total)

Topics

Content: audience analysis, forming your message, analogue planning, mindmap, structuring your ideas, storytelling, hero’s journey SUCCESs model
Design: storyboarding, 7 rules of design, what makes a slide good / bad, typography, color tones, presentation vs. report, ppt tips’n’tricks
Delivery: body language, ummmm, using your space, eye contact, improvisation exercises, delivery, how to reduce presentation anxiety

Apply

Fill in the form to apply and I’ll send you all the details. (This course is in Hungarian. Please let me know if you’re interested in az English language presentation training.)

Testimonials

„Orsolya's mind-picking presentation on generations had a great impact at Vodafone's top management conference. She illustrated the similarities and differences between generations in a visually engaging, understandable and credible way. Generation gap being a hot topic, it urges managers to pay more attention to understad the drives and motivations of Millennials, to satisfy their business needs and thus contributing to the company's efficiency on the long run.”
Ibolya Gothárdi
HR Director, Vodafone
„The topic is 100% Orsolya's! It shines through that she loves presentations and enjoys following the current trends and is absolutely up-to-date. She is credible and passionate. Her presentation program lacks all the usual cliches and oldschool outdated "basic" methods. I especially liked that instead of teaching how to make a good presentation, she points out what makes it interesting and spectacular. She is sharing an original, novel point of view - still leaving room for personality, different tastes and creativity of the participants -, which, even by itself, helps to develop and gives a good approach to presentations.”
Roland Kardos
Senior Company Trainer, HBO Holding Zrt.
„Orsi is a super professional who is highly skilled at the art of storytelling. Her visualisations are very original and creative, and she does go the extra mile to deliver on time and budget. Highly recommended (but not too highly otherwise she soon won't have time to do our work!).”
Bas Dekker
Ei aan het IJ (Amsterdam) www.eiij.nl
„As a generation X leader, I needed some time to realize how much I can learn from Millennials. But since I realized this, I believe that every leader has "something to do" with the youth. A lot, actually. We have to understand them first, but it is even more important that we have to grow to love Generation Y. I'd go even as far as thinking that if we manage to use their talents well, Millennials might save the world. Orsolya is the best Millennial to guide us through this process - from getting to know till loving them.”
Rita Veres
Aon Hewitt, Market Lead Hungary