Date: July 21, 2020
Time: 11:00 a.m. ET
Cultivating and polishing your public speaking skills can help you improve your confidence, enhance your reputation or the message of your organization, and create opportunities to connect with more people.
Whether you are running a meeting, speaking at a conference, accepting an award, teaching a class, or offering a toast at a wedding, strong public speaking skills are vital to your success.
This session will give participants the tools they need to feel empowered, confident, and ready to take the stage. Participants will learn more about how to overcome fears and anxieties related to public speaking, how to enhance their content so that it is more accessible, interesting, and dynamic, tips to improve audience engagement, and ideas to maximize the use of visuals.
This webinar qualifies for 5 points toward Publications & Writing for MCC designation or renewal.
Note: This Webinar will not be recorded or available as a recorded webinar.
People from any industry who do public speaking and who want to develop better presentations, enhance their audience engagement, and improve their outcomes.
Presenter: Kari Knutson
Kari Knutson, MA, is a professional speaker, therapist, and storyteller. Her company, Knutson Speaks, takes psychology “off the couch” and brings it to the people. Kari does this through presentations where she demystifies concepts in psychology and turns them into clear, tangible, and relevant takeaways that people can use to help transform their personal and professional lives. Kari travels the country speaking to groups as small as 3 and as big as 3,000 and in 2019 she gave over 100 presentations,107 to be exact. From her varied speaking engagements, she has gleaned many tools, tips, and tricks that she uses to improve her own presentations and to help others in her role as a public speaking coach. She hopes that this course will help more people get on more stages with better outcomes.
To learn more about the presenter, visit: http://knutsonspeaks.com/
Registration and Confirmation (Members):
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The deadline to register is July 14. Space is limited. To ensure your spot in the webinar, register online. Registrants will be sent an email, closer to the event date, providing information on how to participate in the webinar.