According to The Book of Lists-Volume I, by The Wallace Family, Americans’ greatest phobia is public speaking. It is the thing that makes people’s hands sweat uncontrollably, makes their mouths go dry, or makes ideas fly from their brains. Why is it so hard to get up in front of a group of people to talk about a subject that you know perfectly well? Perhaps it’s because no one has explained just how to organize your thoughts in a way that helps you stay on track and helps your audience know precisely where you are going. Perhaps no one has explained why and how to use notes, eye contact, hand and facial gestures, stance and movement, pacing and pausing. This highly practical event teaches you all those skills and more so that you will gladly take on your next presentation with confidence.
Who Should Attend this Event:
People who present ideas to others in formal or informal settings, to small or to large groups.
Participants of this event will leave with:
This event runs two hours. It can be delivered in one session or two 1-hour sessions.
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