About the PresentationThree out of four people are uncomfortable getting up to speak! Fear of speaking is still the number one phobia and even has a name…Glossophobia!
About the Presentation
Three out of four people are uncomfortable getting up to speak! Fear of speaking is still the number one phobia and even has a name…Glossophobia!
And regardless of your abilities, talents and education, if you can’t stand up in front of others and get your point across with confidence and poise, there’s a chance you’ll be overlooked or underestimated. Great speaking skills are essential!
Professional speaker Jennifer Webb will teach you skills you can start using immediately!
In this webinar you will learn:
• How to make a great first impression virtually and in person
• How to keep your audience engaged and speak with poise and power
• How to act confident regardless of how you’re feeling
• How to handle disruptions with aplomb and style
First impressions matter, perception is reality and regardless of your skills and talents, it’s essential that you can present your expertise with poise. In other words, it’s necessary to be a good speaker, whether you’re talking to three clients in a board room, five colleagues on a Zoom call or 500 people in an auditorium. You are judged on how you say what you say. Jennifer Webb has been speaking professionally and teaching presentational skills for 25 years. Join her to learn how to speak like a pro, command a room and speak with confidence and charisma every time you are in front of an audience.
About the Presenter
Jennifer Webb is a motivational speaker, corporate consultant, and founder of Magic Communications. Jennifer’s extraordinary programs combine magic, psychology, NLP, Emotional Intelligence and other disciplines to reach people instantly with messages of inspiration and content. She has authored three books on human potential, has her graduate degree in psychology, sits on several boards and is very proud of her memberships in the International Positive Psychology Associate and the National Speaker’s Association.
(Wednesday) 10:30 am - 11:30 am