"Let's put people in the know about the power of every presentation opportunity. Great speakers focus on outcome." -- Kraig Kann, CCO at LPGA
New York, NY (PRWEB) February 13, 2015
Participate in PR News’ February 24 webinar, where attendees will take away with them the practical tips and exercises to help manage the fear of appearing nervous while speaking before an audience. Speakers from Goodwill Industries International, LPGA and Communication Works will share best practices on how to succeed as a public speaker despite inherent nervousness and how to build a plan prior to an upcoming speech in order to be as prepared as possible.
To register online, visit http://www.prnewsonline.com/webinars/02-24-2015.
"Let's put people in the know about the power of every presentation opportunity,” said webinar speaker Kraig Kann, chief communications officer at LPGA. “Great speakers focus on outcome."
Excelling as a public speaker separates the superstars from the stars in the workplace. Captivating listeners at conferences, client meetings and internal meetings is a skill that can be taught, but unfortunately many people are so gripped by anxiety about public speaking that they are hesitant to learn how to do it right.
During this informational 90-minute webinar, attendees will become better public speakers, and learn how to better prepare for an upcoming speech overall by:
- Asking an event or meeting organizer the right questions before speaking in public
- Determining what the audience already knows, before a speech
- Relying on simple breathing exercises during jittery moments
- Quickly recovering after losing focus during a live speech or presentation
- Using personal storytelling to build rapport—without getting too personal
- Managing and respecting time constraints
- Preparing for the unknown, including difficult questions
This highly interactive seminar will allow for real-time Q&A’s to ensure specific questions are answered. To register for PR News’ “How to Conquer Your Public Speaking Anxiety” webinar on February 24, visit: http://www.prnewsonline.com/webinars/02-24-2015.
Webinar attendees receive full access to speaker presentations along with a certificate of completion. Webinar tuition is based on location, not number of participants, so each registration site can have multiple participants for one low price. If you have further questions, contact Rachel Scharmann at rscharmann(at)accessintel(dot)com or 301-354-1713.
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