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Class Description

Introduction to Public Speaking

Make a difference in how you communicate with others.

Learn how to improve public speaking and use the power of the spoken word to move others. Through practice, speakers develop polish and finesse. As a result, their confidence builds. The focus is on how to organize ideas and communicate clearly,enabling participants to speak in a concise manner with conviction.

Master skills that are necessary in today’s competitive business environment. Learn to speak in a way that elevates you with increased confidence and enthusiasm.

Attendees will be able to:

  • Manage public-speaking fears;
  • Increase self-esteem;
  • Become better at thinking on feet;
  • Discover and minimize self-defeating habits;
  • Connect with people, building a professional network; and
  • Share ideas, inspire others, and impress the audience.

Format—Introduction to Public Speaking is an 8-hour class for up to 10 people.

 

VENUE: Quest Workspaces
800 Third Avenue Suite 2800, New York, New York 10022   << See Google Map >>

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Rich knocked it out of the park. We had about 40 attendees and I think he knew us all by name by the end. He had us rooting for each other and working together in ways we’ve never been challenged. He has the ability to think on his feet and create teachable moments from even the most simple, slight opportunities.

That was the event. As for the impact, I feel that I’ve noticed an uptick in our team’s empathy and attention to each other’s needs, time, and work styles. Our leadership has been buzzing with energy and taking a more proactive, forward thinking approach to our day-to-day. It seems our few hours with Rich may have been a shakeup we needed.

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Working together in ways we’ve never been challenged.Dave Thompson - Senior Director of Employment & Inclusion, The Nicholas Center