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Overcoming Fear Of Public Speaking: Become a Confident & Engaging Presenter...
Wed 17 May 2017, 09:30 – 16:00 BST
In this popular one-day course, you’ll learn invaluable strategies for overcoming fear of public speaking and develop your speaking skills through a variety of practical exercises.
The key to overcoming fear of public speaking is practice, so you’ll be speaking a lot throughout the day to desensitise how you experience speaking in a group. The environment will be safe, informal and supportive as you build your confidence step by step. For further information, please visit the course website or call 0773 605 1566.
ON THIS COURSE:
Understand what causes a fight or flight response when you speak in public, and learn how to combat the physical symptoms of nerves
Reframe how you feel about public speaking using techniques from Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Neuro-Linguistic Programming
Practise using body language and voice techniques to present with confidence, passion and gravitas
Learn how to structure and deliver a powerful presentation with a clear purpose
Desensitise your response to speaking in groups as you take part in speaking exercises, building up your confidence
Complete a goal-setting worksheet where you set yourself SMART goals to continue your public speaking journey
Course handbook with practical tips and advice
A hard back copy of GROW – a book by best-selling author on managing your thinking to overcome perfectionism and fear of failure
A goal-setting action plan to develop your public speaking skills over the next 6 months
A positive visualisation audio to listen to at home before you present
Post-course coaching call to review progress
S. Mead, Consultant
"Loved the positive visualisation, it’s the first time I actually felt what it can do for you. I finally spoke successfully in front of people and my brain didn’t freeze!"
I. Gheorghe, Senior Account Manager
"Great training style, really friendly and encouraging. Good use of humour. I felt I made great progress throughout the day."
A. Gillett, Well-being Coach