Online guidance with presentations, at the time your employees need it. Marieke de Boer offers her presentation training program in different formats. Online workshops can be designed to address current topics in your company. Your employees have access 24/7 to illustrating videos and background materials. For questions and discussion, there is a chat option, in addition to weekly coaching sessions. This way, your employees stay up to date and can exchange best practices among each other. This effective and flexible design allows your employees to develop both individual and collective presentation styles.
FACE TO FACE
Practice with with a real live audience
Actually being in front of an audience, delivering a presentation to other participants is - of course - a wonderful way to experience ‘the real thing’ and to learn from practicing the skills you need. You will notice how you come across to others, and also how to strengthen your performance right there on the spot. You will get used to really meaning every word that you say, even if you’re saying it for the tenth time - precisely because you are talking with a real live audience. And on top of the live presentation practice, you will also get plenty of short exercises, which can help you become more and more at ease in front of a group.
Combine the best
With a blended presentation program, you can combine the best of both versions. All topics that can be studied individually, can be done at work. The performance goals and progress are discussed in online coaching sessions, e.g. leading up to an important presentation. During live or online interactions, we focus on all aspects that makes a presentation unique and successful, like engaging with the audience, a good set up and one’s own expression and eloquence.
We will do everything in our power to guarantee your privacy and therefore we handle your personal data with care. At Present complies with EU laws and regulations regarding personal data handling as implied by the General Data Protection Regulation. (GDPR)
• We will collect only those data, that are absolutely necessary for the purpose(s) we have collected the data for.
• We will ask your explicit permission for using or storing any personal data, explaining what the purpose of the data collections is.
• If the purpose of the personal data collection has been met, or is no longer in place, we will fully remove and delete any personal data that is stored in any form in our systems.
• At your request, we will remove any personal data from our systems.
• We have taken all possible organizational and technical measures to ensure the security of your personal data.
• We will never provide third parties with your personal data unless sharing your data is essential for providing you with the services for which the data was provided, or -if the data is shared for a different purpose than originally intended- without your explicit permission.
• We are aware of your rights regarding your personal data, we respect these rights and we wish to inform you about these rights.
Categories of personal data we collect
• Client or supplier: company name, contact details such as name, address, city, country, phone number and email address. Purpose: Communications and delivery of contracted assignment.
• Client: participants in (online) training sessions: company name, name, city, country, phone number, email address, function, portrait picture (always optional and with explicit permission from individual). Purpose: Participation in (online) training sessions and presence on training group page (password protected)
• Client: coachees: name, city, country, phone number, email address, company, function, personal information coaching, hours of coaching. Purpose: coaching process; access to confidential data by coach only.
• Prospect, stakeholder/lobby-contacts and interested parties: name, company, phone number, email address. Purpose: Sending information via direct mailing.
• Associate trainer/producer: name, phone number, email address, banking details, picture. Purpose: delivery of freelance assignments as contracted by At Present. Presence on website At Present or in mails to participants of the training /coaching.
The data that you have provided may be handled by third parties only if this is necessary for providing the services as described above.
We use third parties for the following purposes: (please click on the link of the respective companies to view their privacy policies)
• Conducting surveys before, during and after training programs.
• Trainers, coaches and producers hired on a freelance basis. Note: only the individuals actually contracted to deliver (part of) a service such as training or coaching sessions for which your data are being used will be given access to your data. All the freelancers from our network are obliged to sign a data (sub-)processor agreement with us before starting on a project.
• Sharing documents in a cloud based system for the duration of a project (Dropbox plus or Hangouts from Google)
• Online platforms for hosting training sessions (WebEx, Zoom)
• Hosting recordings of online training sessions on their servers (Webex, Zoom, see above)
• Handling our financial administration
• Handling our system management
• We never share personal data with individuals with which we have no processor agreement. We only work with third party companies that are compliant with EU GDPR law and guidelines. We don’t hand over your personal data to third parties for other purposes than that which they were collected for, without your explicit permission.
At Present will store your personal data no longer than is absolutely necessary for the purpose these data were provided for, or for which you have given us your explicit permission.
We have taken appropriate organizational and technical measures to ensure the security of your personal data and protect your data from unlawful obtainment or use.
These measures include:
• All persons that act under At Present’s responsibility that are in contact with your personal data are kept to a strict secrecy policy regarding your data via a signed contract which includes a secrecy clause.
• The freelancers of At Present that have access to your personal data are kept to an absolute minimum; only those that need the access to be able to provide you with the service your data was provided for, have access. Freelancers have no right to use, copy or distribute your data to others.
• All our freelance hired staff is obliged to secure their workstation(s), laptop(s) and phone(s) that have access to your data with a password.
• All our freelance hired staff is bound to use a username and password to login to our systems where personal data is stored.
• The use of and request for personal data is kept to a minimum whenever possible – for example when filling in a survey – this will be kept anonymous unless it is essential to add name and other personal information.
• We have a regular cleaning sessions in place where all personal data that is no longer needed for the purpose they were collected for are deleted permanently from all our systems.
• We regularly test and evaluate our security measures.
• Our freelance hired staff is well informed on the importance of compliance with the GDPR and is instructed to always treat your personal data with great care.
Your rights with regard to your personal data
We are aware of your rights regarding your personal data, we respect these rights and we wish to inform you about these rights:
• You have the right to know, view, rectify or request the removal of your personal data which we have received from you.
• You have the right to object to or complain about the way your personal data was handled by us or by one of our processors.
• You have the right to let us hand over your personal data as stored by us to yourself or to another party as a direct assignment by you only.
• If you have given us permission to handle your personal data, you are always able to subtract your permission.
Should you have a complaint about the way we handle(d) your personal data, please contact us via email@example.com We will always do our utmost to find a way to handle your complaint in a friendly and satisfactory manner. Should a solution not be found, you have the right to file a complaint to the ‘Autoriteit Persoonsgegevens’ in the Netherlands, the Dutch data protection supervising authority.