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POSTPONED - Training: Find Your Voice - a Public Speaking Workshop

POSTPONED - Training: Find Your Voice - a Public Speaking Workshop

Tuesday 29 October 2019
7pm - 9pm Babbage 417

POSTPONED - To be rescheduled to a later date

Spring board your confidence in public speaking through this interactive workshop held within the the comfort of the university campus. Pick up public speaking hints and tips and practice your abilities in a safe and encouraging atmosphere. Learn from Clare Crowther - a proud member of Armada Speakers and the first Toastmasters International Accredited Speaker in Europe. 

Communication Skills are among the top 3 skills employers seek, according to the QS Global Employer Survey 2018. You can complacently continue hoping for the best with your current communication skills, but let’s be frank, you would not have read up to this point if you wanted that! 

As this is an interactive session the exact topics will be audience-driven. 

Topics likely to be covered will be drawn from:

  • The Warming Up 
  • Stage Presence 
  • Evaluation and Feedback Methods
  • Captivating Openings
  • An Impromptu Speaking Taster Session (opt-in)
  • Toastmasters Briefing
  • Action Planning & Networking

This is a not-for-profit event with all proceeds going directly towards the running of Armada Speakers, a part of Toastmasters International which is a global, non-profit organisation promoting the enhancement and effective use of people's communication and public speaking skills. 

Book on today!


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