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Speaking with Confidence / Presenting with Impact

Workshop

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In this short workshop delegates will learn simple ideas, tips, techniques and exercises that give them greater control over the way they present information and communicate with others.

Date and Time

24 April 2013 - 18:30-21:00

Location

Oxford, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)

Organiser

Organised by the Oxfordshire local network.


About this event

Most professionals know exactly how they would like to communicate, they know how they would like their voice to sound, and the impact they would like to make. What most people don’t know is how to build on their existing abilities. In this short workshop delegates will learn simple ideas, tips, techniques and exercises that give them greater control over the way they present information and communicate with others.

Programme

18:30: Registration
19:00: Event starts
21:00: Event finishes

Reasons to attend

  • Develop your vocal and non-verbal communication skills into an incisive business tool
  • How to deal with the mental and physical responses of ‘stage nerves’ and get the message across
  • Present yourself and what you do with increased impact and presence
  • Learn to enjoy speaking in public

Registration information

This is a free event but registration is required.

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