How to be a good speaker
Be a better speaker
Have you ever felt nervous in front of an audience or even during an interview?
Did you feel anxious, short of breath, sweating and wished that you were somewhere else?
You are not alone. Most people feel like that when they speak in front of an audience or when they go for a job interview. Everyone will get through their presentation; however those successful speakers learned how to put those negative and disruptive feelings aside with training, experience and knowledge about the information presented.
To be a good speaker, you need confidence and you get that through practice, learning the mistakes that you previously made and incorporating new techniques in your presentation. From body language, the words you choose to say, and how you effectively say it, will be the determining factor in achieving success.
At the Communication And Learning Institute, you will learn techniques which will make you improve and master the art of public speaking. With one-on-one intensive training, you will be able to talk in front of small groups, large groups, at any interview, face to face with someone and on the telephone!
Public speaking means different things to many people. Goals may include one or more of the following:
- Communicate better using clear speech and voice improvement.
- Increase your confidence
- Reduce frustration
- Improve your ability to organize information
- Increase Communication Etiquette
- Develop better phone skills
- Improve Listening Skills
- Presentation Skills
- Speak in front of an audience
- Accent Modification
- Be successful at a job interview
- Move up in the organization
Call us and find out how we can help.