Public speaking doesn't always involve standing in front of a large audience with Powerpoint slides and a prepared and practiced script.
Most of the speaking we do is unscripted, immediate and often even a bit raw.
Speaking to the staff or the media following a challenge to the organization, filling in for a late speaker, giving a toast at a family celebration, introducing a new hire, responding to your boss or the board when asked for your opinion in a heated meeting, or just saying a few words at a colleague's retirement party.
Thinking on your feet, and being able to convey your message effectively and concisely as well as responding to questions decisively and assertively, is an essential leadership skill. Leaders are expected to speak well extemporaneously. Impromptu speaking can be the most critical and influential verbal communication you will ever undertake. This capability is more than simply important; it is imperative!
A Sample of What You Will Learn:
- Achieving greater focus, concentration and improved learning
- Proven mnemonic techniques for confidently speaking without notes
- Making an excellent first impression when being introduced in a group setting
- Overcoming nervousness and anxiety when speaking "off the cuff."
- Tips for giving an impromptu speech when you have zero prep time
- Learn the 4 top 'vocal warm-ups' practiced around the world
- Staying in control of your message is the one thing you must avoid
- Keeping your cool when responding to hard questions, emotionally sensitive
- situations or public criticism - tactics you need to know
- Pres, FAT and other impromptu templates you need to know
- Overcoming nervousness and anxiety when speaking extemporaneously
- Cure absent-mindedness forever!
Every manager, executive, professional or individual holding or seeking public office can benefit from this powerful five-hour virtual seminar, personally conducted by Dr. Paul Douglas, author of Memory for Management.
The Live Impromptu Speaking Seminar Live Version - September 28th, 2023 - 11:30 am Eastern, 9:30 am Mountain, 8:30 am Pacific