Presenting yourself and your ideas in public is an important job in life of an entrepreneur. And just like any other job it's a lot easier if you have the right tools. Dates: Friday 31st March and Saturday 1st April.
In this workshop we'll be looking at some of the most useful tools and a few of the more specialised ones which we can collect and keep in our public speaking toolbox to take out, polish up and apply when the time is right.
We'll have fun trying them out, playing around with them, discovering how they feel and identifying which ones are most useful for the type of public speaking we want to focus on.
By the end of this workshop, you will have broadened your understanding of public speaking, increased your knowledge of the different types of public speaking that you are likely to encounter and be better equipped for dealing with them when the moment arrives.
A brief revision of public speaking and the most used public speaking tools.
Identifying attendees strengths and weaknesses.
Identifying the attendees public speaking needs.
Understanding the speaker-audience relationship.
Consideration of some of the more specialist tools of public speaking.
Personal connection: what make audiences pay attention
Purpose: what are you trying to achieve
Structure: what different structures exist, what works and what confuses
Storytelling: Why it works and when it probably won't.
Delivery: Pace, voice and body language
Passion: The use of emotions
Style: Finding which approach to public speaking best fits our personality.
Friday 31st March. 4pm to 8pm.
Saturday 1st April. 9 am to 3pm.
ABOUT THE THEACHER
Productivity trainer, public speaker, life coach, business owner, company director, playwright and now author, Ian Gibbs was born in Sheffield, England. He has set up one of Europe’s leading educational Theatre In English companies: IPA Productions, he has written regular life-style columns for two Spanish magazines, was the guest blogger for the local business networking group and has published a book on the Power of Pereseverance. He now gives business training sessions on productivity and public speaking and coaches the ex-pat community.
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