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Webinar

  • 11/18/2021
  • 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
  • Virtual


Tips and tactics for speaking confidently in group settings with specific methods to reduce your jitters

It is said that many of us fear speaking in front of others more than death.

While public speaking can be a nerve-wracking experience, it can be extremely beneficial for your career. When you can effectively speak at meetings, give presentations to audiences large and small, and even share your thoughts without time to prepare, you are often perceived as being a better leader than those who remain silent.

If talking in front of a group is difficult or makes you uncomfortable, there are steps you can take to become a more polished and less fearful public speaker.

This webinar provides you with tips and tactics for preparing a presentation, using body language and vocal variety to keep your audience’s attention, and specific methods to reduce your jitters.

Whether you’re an inexperienced public speaker or someone who wants to boost their confidence and delivery, this is a great opportunity to improve your skills in all manner of public speaking situations.

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What You Will Cover

  • Tips and tactics for making a strong first impression
  • What to do when you’re feeling intimidated
  • Advice for enhancing your nonverbal signals and reading those of the person in power
  • Ways to get grounded in any situation
  • How to avoid “traps” that make you appear intimidated
  • Advice for handling both planned conversations and “sneak attacks”
  • Steps to prepare for meetings with demanding people

So whether you’re interviewing for a new job, discussing your performance appraisal, making a pitch to a senior manager…or even dealing with a pushy salesperson, you’ll be up to the task!


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