Fear of public speaking is the number one fear that people have and it impacts up to 75% of the population. When it comes to public speaking, do you have a fear of failure, embarrassment, inadequacy, or something else? Regardless of whether it’s in a social, volunteer or professional setting, if you’re afraid to talk in a public venue, it’s interfering with your ability to project confidence, communicate, participate or run a meeting, win someone’s trust, command a room, or make a meaningful contribution. At this session, we will explore how to overcome your public speaking fears. Through interactive exercises, feedback and concrete strategies, you will learn how to more effectively convey the messages that you want and make the impressions that you hope to achieve.
On my flight back from a talk in Utah last week, I was finishing up Life in Five Senses by @gretchenrubin. The book is making me much more attuned to my senses and I’m looking forward to learning from Gretchen how to maintain that heightened level of awar… https://t.co/SupxRQvOgG
Thanks so much to Kahilla and especially @harriettecole and elizabeth herrick for inviting me back, this time to speak on one of my new favorite topics, Feedback: Mastering the Get & the Give. Here’s the good news about feedback – if you’re willing to l… https://t.co/yvJCncRT4q
Thanks to Dolly Chugh for introducing me to the often cited W.A.I.T. – Why Am I Talking? rule. I’m working hard to apply it in both my professional and personal life. Lots more work to be done on both fronts! How about you? #wait#whyamitalking#patience… https://t.co/bPw5YMadTt