There are three main purposes for public speaking:
- To Inform
- To Persuade
- To Entertain
We all have to speak in public from time to time; it could be in a professional setting/business meeting, accepting an award in front of an audience, or even facilitating an orientation to new hires. Public speaking can be done very well or very badly, and the outcome has a profound impact on what people think about us. Public speaking is often a cause of workplace anxiety, but with thorough practice and preparation, individuals can overcome anxiety and perform well.
Mastering the fear of public speaking can be an ego booster, as well as a major benefit to your career. The Public Speaking workshop will provide participants with resources to become confident in front of audiences, which will yield success at speaking engagements. In addition, it will also equip participants with the skills to develop engaging programs and deliver powerful presentations.